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Schooling cod inhabit Ribbon Reefs in Australia. | XL Catlin Seaview Survey, Underwater Earth/Richard Vevers
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Marine Animals Entering 2016 Without Enough Protection

Many countries, including the U.S., get a failing grade when it comes to saving marine life.

Published On 12/14/2015
12:25 PM EST
A pufferfish drifts along Osprey Reef in Australia. | XL Catlin Seaview Survey, Underwater Earth/Jayne Jenkins
A whitetip reef shark patrols the waters of Australia's Osprey Reef. | XL Catlin Seaview Survey, Underwater Earth/Jayne Jenkins
These tropic fish call Ribbon Reefs in Australia home. | XL Catlin Survey, Underwater Earth/Jayne Jenkins
This stonefish blends in with a coral bed. | XL Catlin Survey, Underwater Earth/Jayne Jenkins
A sea snail swims in Belize. | XL Catlin Survey, Underwater Earth/Lynton Burger
Coral cod are yet another inhabitant of tropical waters that need protection. | XL Catlin Survey, Alex Zeni-
Brain coral can provide shelter for other species. | XL Catlin Survey, Jon Slayer
Sea turtles are always vulnerable, no matter what their age. | XL Catlin Survey
Small reef fish hide in coral thickets. | XL Catlin Survey, Jon Slayer
The critically endangered Hawksbill sea turtle, this one in the Maldives, needs all the help it can get. | XL Catlin Survey, Underwater Earth