Scubadorable Barracuda Dive Flag

Posted on November 10th 2007 in Barracuda, New Designs - No Comments

Barracudas are a favorite sighting for many scuba divers. Here our totally cute Scubadorable Great Barracuda poses in front of the diver down flag. Great gift ideas here for scuba divers and Barracuda fans!

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Scubadorable Great Barracuda

Posted on November 7th 2007 in Barracuda, New Fish - No Comments

Great Barracudas live in the open sea and can grow up to six feet long. Barracudas are known for their fang-like teeth and powerful jaws. Despite their dangerous reputation, they are a favorite sighting for many scuba divers. This is our cute Scubadorable version of the Great Barracuda. You can find all of our cute Great Barracuda swag here.

School of Scubadorable Great Barracuda

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Scubadorable Arabian Picassofish in the Red Sea

Posted on October 28th 2007 in In the Wild - No Comments

Scubadorable Arabian Picassofish in the Red Sea

This Arabian Picassofish in the wild is on a dive boat in the Red Sea near Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt. This beautifully colored fish can be seen throughout the Red Sea when diving or snorkeling. Arthur is wearing a Scubadorable Arabian Picassofish t-shirt.

Scubadorables in the Red Sea

Posted on October 25th 2007 in In the Wild - No Comments

Scubadorable Arabian Picassofish in the Red Sea

These three cute Scubadorable fish — the Raccoon Butterflyfish, Clownfish and Queen Angelfish — are on a dive boat in the Red Sea near Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt. Amy is wearing a Cutest Fish on the Reef t-shirt.

Nurse of the Sea

Posted on September 7th 2007 in New Fish, Sharks - No Comments

The Nurse Shark is a type of shark that lives across the Western Atlantic Ocean and islands of the Caribbean. They also inhabit the waters of the Eastern Pacific from Peru up to Baja California. They are solitary, nocturnal bottom-dwellers. This is our totally cute version of the Nurse Shark. Great gifts here for scuba divers and anyone that loves sharks!

How Cute is this Yellowtail Snapper?

Posted on September 2nd 2007 in Snappers - No Comments

This Yellowtail Snapper has been cutified in the original Scubadorable style. It is an abundant species of Snapper found along the North American coast of the Atlantic Ocean. It inhabits coastal waters, mostly around coral reefs. Although they have been found as far north as Massachusetts, their normal range is along Florida down through the West Indies and Brazil. In certain reefs, most notably in the Florida Keys, this beautifully colored fish is commonly spotted among divers and snorkelers.

Scubadorable Yellowtail Snapper

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The Scubadorable Picassofish

Posted on August 31st 2007 in New Fish - No Comments

The Arabian Picassofish, also known as the Arabian Picasso triggerfish, is a beautifully colored fish that can be seen when scuba diving or snorkeling in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf. The markings include striking bold stripes around the eyes. The artistic look of the fish gives it its unique name. This is our Scubadorable cute version of this beautiful reef fish. Great gifts here for Red Sea scuba divers and fish fans!

Scubadorable Arabian Picassofish

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Dwarf Seahorse Joins Scubadorable

Posted on August 29th 2007 in New Fish - No Comments

Today the super cute Dwarf Seahorse has joined the Scubadorable family of the ‘Cutest Fish on the Reef’. The Dwarf Seahorse is one of the smallest species of seahorse, usually growing no larger than two inches long in adulthood. They live in the northern Gulf of Mexico down to the Bahamas. This is our totally cute Scubadorable version of the Dwarf Seahorse. Great gifts here for seahorse lovers, fish fans and scuba divers!

Scubadorable Dwarf Seahorse

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Scubadorable Sergeant Major

Posted on August 19th 2007 in Sergeant Major - No Comments

The Sergeant Major earns its name from its brightly striped sides, which are reminiscent of the insignia of a military Sergeant Major. They are found throughout the tropical reaches of the Atlantic and feed on the larvae of invertebrates, plankton, smaller fishes, crustaceans and various species of algae. This Scubadorable version of the Sergeant Major is too cute! If you love these bold little fish, you’ll love our selection of cute Sergeant Major swag!

Scubadorable Sergeant Majors

Scubadorable Batfish in Volendam

Posted on August 17th 2007 in Batfish, In the Wild - No Comments

Scubadorable Batfish in the Wild

This Scubadorable Circular Batfish in the wild is in the small town of Volendam, a popular tourist destination in the Netherlands. Volendam is well-known for its old fishing boats and the traditional clothing still worn by some residents. For the record, this Scubadorable t-shirt is not part of this traditional clothing. Arthur is wearing the Long Sleeve Dark Tee. Click here to see all of our Circular Batfish gear.