Ralph N. Fuller
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Ralph N. Fuller

19023 Canyon River LN

Houston, TX 77084

832-729-1025

ralph@ralphfuller.com

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I’ve been diving for more than 20 years, in the Caribbean, on the Great Barrier Reef, in the Philippines and the Galapagos Islands. Im a competent diver but not a great technical one — I don't do super-deep dives, penetrate wrecks or explore underwater caverns.

Instead, I’m drawn underwater by the life I find there, from whale sharks to tiny blennies (fishes that live in holes in the corals), banded coral shrimps hanging out in a tube sponge (below) — or the beautiful sea fan, a colony of tiny polyps photographed off the coast of Honduras, embedded in the Neptune's Web logo.

The earliest life on our planet evolved in the oceans, and much of that evolution is still represented there — from sea jellies (not jellyfish!) and sponges to boney fishes. It's like being a sightseer on the roadway of life.

Several years ago I started my marine life website, Neptune’s Web as a vehicle for writing about this undersea world. I try to post to it several times a week — an eclectic mix of news and research developments, photo galleries and feature articles on the natural history of parrotfishes, the delineation of species and the nature of stony and soft corals.

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You can visit Neptune's Web by clicking HERE.