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THE WORM FILE

Don't overlook the worms, says Paul Naylor - they include Britain's biggest creatures!
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THE STARFISH FILE

The clean eating machine that refuses to say die - Paul Naylor reports
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THE SEA SLUG FILE

These highly sexed gourmets are less vulnerable than they seem, says Paul Naylor
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THE PLAICE FILE

Plaice can live to be 50 but only if their spots dont give them away, says Paul Naylor
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THE PIPEFISH FILE

Seahorses gone straight, with radical ideas on parenthood - Paul Naylor reports
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THE JOHN DORY FILE

Never seen a John Dory You have to catch it sideways on, says Paul Naylor
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THE DOGFISH FILE

How much do you know about the bloodhound of the sea Let Paul Naylor tell you some more.
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THE CUTTLEFISHFILE

The seas around the UK are full of the weird and the wonderful. Paul Naylor tells us about the master of disguise
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THE CRAB FILE

Crabs are equipped like something out of Robot Wars, as Paul Naylor explains
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THE CONGER FILE

What lies behind the familiar conger head peeping out of a crevice Paul Naylor tells all
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THE BLENNY FILE

Propped up on its front fins, the watchful blenny proves to be a bit of an intellectual, as Paul Naylor explains
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THE ANGLERFISH FILE

What starts out as a monster raft, catches birds and has a big head Paul Naylor knows
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THE ANEMONE FILE

This unpronounceable undersea animal has some surprising features, as Paul Naylor reveals
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THE JELLYFISH FILE

If they all weighed 250kg and had 20m tentacles, as some do, diving might be less popular. Paul Naylor reports
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THE HERMIT CRAB FILE

This easy-going sea-dweller picks its mobile home with great care, says Paul Naylor
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THE SPONGE FILE

Who says these foul-tasting filter-feeders that refuse to be crushed are boring Not Paul Naylor
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THE LUMPSUCKER FILE

Divers usually find these incongruous creatures on egg-guarding duty, as Paul Naylor explains.
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THE CORAL FILE

Dead mens fingers, sea fans, Devonshire cups - weve got our own coral reefs! says Paul Naylor
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THE RAY FILE

Where have all the rays gone Thornbacks are under threat, and for skate it seems too late, says Paul Naylor
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THE SEA-SQUIRT FILE

Look more closely - sea-squirts have something in common with us humans, says Paul Naylor
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THE BASKING SHARK FILE

This picture is one of the latest - such sightings are the most sought-after in the UK, says Paul Naylor

THE SEA URCHIN FILE

This tooled-up bruiser leaves its mark on the underwater environment, says Paul Naylor

THE WOLF-FISH FILE

It wont win any beauty contests says Paul Naylor, but don't judge the wolf-fish by its fearsome appearance

THE OCTOPUS FILE

British octopods are intelligent, very flexible and bad news for crabs, says Paul Naylor

THE HERRING FILE

Herrings, pilchards and anchovies look a sight better under water than in a tin, says Paul Naylor

THE MUSSEL FILE

They dont get about much but, hey, mussels have their own excitements, says Paul Naylor

THE BRITTLESTAR FILE

This creature is all arms, and it can do a lot of things with them, says Paul Naylor

THE COD FILE

Family members such as bib, ling and pollack are familiar to divers but, Paul Naylor says, the cod silver mines are running out

THE SEA CUCUMBER FILE

Its a sticky business being a sea cucumber, says Paul Naylor, whether it's catching food or protecting itself

THE GOBY FILE

A common sight is the goggle-eyed and gulping but graceful goby, says Paul Naylor

THE BARNACLE FILE

Which sexual athlete glues its head to a rock and kicks food into its mouth Paul Naylorknows.

THE WRASSE FILE

A colourful family of sex-change specialists receives the Paul Naylor treatment this month