Who do you see under the sea
Australia is a very large country and has over 34.000 km of coastline. It includes a diverse range of habitats such as the tropics in the north, with the Great Barrier Reef as the largest coral reef in the world, and temperate regions in the south. Sandy beaches and rockey shores, harbours, mangroves and lagoons, therefor you can find numerous of different species in Australia.
You can find a great amount of animals under the sea. Definitely too much to describe them all here, but you can find some very interesting species on these pages. The number of animals described will expand over time.