Press Photos "Meereskinder"

  • JMS1756.jpgAdults may relax and children can play in the new "Children's Sea". (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)1.29 M
  • JMS1977 01.JPGEnjoy the view over Stralsund from the glass dome. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)2.96 M
  • JMS1877.jpgPainting pictures of the seas in the wooden surf shelter. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)1.01 M
  • IMG 0196.JPGBackstage at the OZEANEUM, aquarium workers rear young flatfish for the aquariums. (Image: Romy Kiebel / OZEANEUM Stralsund)5.77 M
  • IMG 0275.JPGSyngnathidae males breed eggs in their ventral pouch until the young animals hatch. (Image: Romy Kiebel / OZEANEUM Stralsund) 6.72 M
  • MG 5164.JPGThese young lumpfish still have to grow before they will be moved into the exhibition tanks. (Image: Romy Kiebel / OZEANEUM Stralsund)5.35 M
  • MG 5915 Romy Kiebel.jpgSeahorses are bizarre fish, which have a great variety of shapes and colors. The males breed the offspring.(Image: Romy Kiebel / OZEANEUM Stralsund)1.49 M
  • 170302 buckelwale rdm 130x180.jpgHumpback whale with calf as models in the OZEANEUM. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke/OZEANEUM Stralsund)1.21 M
  • 09 05 04 Ozeaneum 199 presse.jpgCrab larvae are part of the faunal plankton - here an enlarged model in the OZEANEUM. (Image: Antje Dittmann/OZEANEUM Stralsund)786 K
  • 161130 robbenbaby-rej.jpgPreserved specimen of harp seal pup in the MEERESMUSEUM. (Image: Jan-Peter Reichert/Deutsches Meeresmuseum)1.32 M
  • IMG 4963 jms kaiserpinguine.jpgShowcase in the MEERESMUSEUM: emperor penguins in the Antarctica (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke/Deutsches Meeresmuseum)1.12 M
  • mm-chor-schweinswale.jpgNatural models of porpoises with calf in the MEERESMUSEUM. (Image: Jan-Peter Reichert/Deutsches Meeresmuseum)775 K
  • JM-Schlorke IMG 0206.JPGChinstrap penguins with fledgling in the exhibition "Man and Sea" at the MEERESMUSEUM. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke/Deutsches Meeresmuseum)2.52 M
  • JM-Schlorke IMG 8433 presse.jpgCrab larvae are part of the faunal plankton - here an enlarged model in the OZEANEUM. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke/OZEANEUM Stralsund)702 K
  • mm-lederschildkroeten.jpgNachgestellte Szene im MEERESMUSEUM: Junge Unechte Karettschildkröten auf dem Weg ins Meer. (Foto: Jan-Peter Reichert/Deutsches Meeresmuseum)391 K
  • JM-Schlorke IMG 0522.JPGEgg case of a cat shark (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)301 K
  • 283-SeekuhTartaruga-160517-neu.jpgThe endangered Dugongidae live in shallow tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific. (Image: Jan-Peter Reichert / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)797 K
  • IMG 4488.JPGClownfish in the aquarium of the MEERESMUSEUM (Image: Jan-Peter Reichert / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)4.22 M
  • JM Schlorke JMS2701.JPGBeluga whales live in the Arctic Ocean. Thanks to their movable cervical vertebrae, they can turn their heads and keep an eye on curious young animals and family members. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)2.36 M