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    Creature Information Guide by ac_helper

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              E N D L E S S  O C E A N :  B L U E  W O R L D
    
    =====C R E A T U R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  G U I D E=====
    
    
    THIS GUIDE CONTAINS SPOILERS OF ALL KINDS; USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
    
    Use the Ctrl + F feature for the 3 letter abbreviation that matches
    what section or location you're looking for.
    
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         TABLE OF CONTENTS
    
      Introduction------------------------------------------[INT]
    
      SECTION 1: Creatures by Book Order-------------[CBO]
    
     Coral Reef Life----------------------------------------[CRL]
     Small Marine Life-------------------------------------[SML]
     Large Marine Life-------------------------------------[LML]
     Dolphins and Whales---------------------------------[DAW]
     Deep Sea Life-----------------------------------------[DSL]
     Shore Life---------------------------------------------[SHL]
     Freshwater Life---------------------------------------[FWL]
     Other Fauna-------------------------------------------[OTF]
    
    
      SECTION 2: Creatures by area---------------------[CBA]
    
     Gatama Atoll------------------------------------------[GAA]
     Deep Hole---------------------------------------------[DEH]
     Ciceros Strait-----------------------------------------[CIS]
     Valka Castle------------------------------------------[VAC]
     North Coast of Canada------------------------------[NCC]
     Weddell Sea------------------------------------------[WES]
     Iceberg Cavern--------------------------------------[ICC]
     Cortica River Midstream----------------------------[CRM]
     Cortica River Upstream-----------------------------[CRU]
     Zahhab Region---------------------------------------[ZAR]
     Zahhab Region Depths------------------------------[ZRD]
     Cavern of the Gods----------------------------------[COG]
    
    
      SECTION 3: Creature trivia info-------------------[CTI]
    
    
      CREDITS---------------------------------------------[CRE]
    
      COPYRIGHT INFO------------------------------------[CRI]
    
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    ===Introduction [INT]===
    
    Hello, and welcome to ac_helper's Creature Information Guide!
    
    This guide not only includes each creature's name, but info on where
    it can be found, and what (if any) special conditions need to exist
    in order to find it. Although it is likely that many creatures can be
    found just by doing the main plot, and doing some relaxing diving
    when you're done or taking a break from the main plot, there are
    others that are more elusive, and you may find you need a little
    more help to find them. This is what the guide is for.
    
    I have decided to make 2 sections in the guide: a list of creatures
    in the order they can be found in your "Marine Life Encyclopedia",
    and another list of the same creatures in the order they can be
    found by area. (This means some creatures will be repeated in the
    area listing, as some can be found in more than one area.)
    
    The creature list by area will also double as a checklist. I will
    separate the fish found only in that area, and the fish that can be
    found in other areas for easier reference.
    
    This listing goes by the North American version of the game, but I
    will also list the creature's name in the EU version, if I know what
    it is.
    
    After you fully complete the main plot (meaning the CotG is closed),
    when you click on the silhouette of an unfound creature in your book,
    you can flip through the area maps and see where it's found.
    Each square a creature can be found in is colored reddish brown.
    
    This guide is so you can see where all the creatures are without
    having to constantly go back to Nineball Island to look at the book.
    If you are in a particular area for sightseeing or salvage hunting,
    you can glance at this guide to see what you may encounter there.
    
    
    The larger area maps give you the full squares a creature can be
    found in; the smaller maps are divided into 4 smaller sections:
    
    N = North
    S = South
    E = East
    W = West
    NW = Northwest
    NE = Northeast
    SW = Southwest
    SE = Southeast
    
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    =====SECTION 1: Creatures by Book Order [CBO]=====
    
       KEY:
    Creatures are found in this part 1st by page, page side, then
    by row, then by which one in the row (if there is more than 1
    fish in that row).
    How creatures can be found by where they are in the book:
    1=page number,
    L=left
    R=right
    T=Top
    B=Bottom
    L=left
    R=right
    
    Example: if you are looking for what creature is on page 10, left
    side, top row, right one, it would look like this:
    [10L-T-R]
    In this case, the creature you're looking for is the Banded angelfish.
    Some creatures take up all the space on a page side, or even the
    entire page, and this will be reflected in the key.
    
    
    Creatures with asterisks (*) have trivia info. You can try feeding,
    petting, taking a picture of, or using the sea whistle on each
    of these creatures to get the trivia for them.
    If there are both adult and young versions of the creature,
    getting the trivia from only one of them credits you for both.
    
    General rules for trivia info: always try feeding the creature first.
    If that does NOT work, move on to petting/poking them;
    then try taking a picture, then the sea whistle.
    The dolphins and whales generally like the sea whistle;
    the penguins generally like to be petted/poked
    quite a few of the legendaries like their picture taken.
    There ARE exceptions to these, so try everything!
    
    The adult and young versions have the same info, and show as being
    in the same area even if only one version is found in that area.
    If you cannot find one of the versions of the creature in the
    squares/area listed, try somewhere else it's found.
    
    Creatures noted with a {G} appear under glows ONLY.
    
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    ===CORAL REEF LIFE [CRL]===
    
    This section has 48 entries, and goes from pages 1-7 (inclusive).
    
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    ===P A G E  1===
    
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    1.   [1L-T-L]  Oriental butterflyfish
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    CO-ORDS: B&D-1; C, F, G-2; B&D-3; A&B-4; F&G-5; D, E, G-7
    
      NOTES:
    These stay in relatively slow-moving, large groups,
    over coral. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    2.   [1L-T-R]  Teardrop butterflyfish
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait, Valka Castle, and Zahhab Region
    Ciceros: A, B, F-1; B&G-2; G-4; F, G, H-6; E&F-7; C-8
    Valka: A-4NW
    Zahhab: C-6
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These stay in relatively slow-moving, large groups, over coral.
    Valka: It's only found here under a glow in the Spiral Tower bottom.
    Zahhab: There are a few here, loosely grouped over coral.
    They can be found both day and night in all areas.
    
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    3.   [1L-B-L]  Pyramid butterflyfish*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll & Zahhab Region
    Gatama: A&B-1; B-2; B, C, D&F-3; A, B, C, D,  E&G-4
    Zahhab: D-2; C&E-3; B&C-4; C-6; B&C-7
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found both day and night, in slow
    moving, large groups near coral in both areas.
    
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    4.   [1L-B-R]  Speckled butterflyfish
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: A-1&2; C, D, E-3; C, D, G-5; E, F, G-6&7; E-8
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found both day and night; there are usually several
    scattered around among groups of other coral creatures.
    
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    5.   [1R-T-L]  Purple tang
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: C-2E; C-3 NE, SE, & NW
    
      NOTES:
    These swim as a large, loose group around the Altar of Osiris
    and Nephthys rooms (about 220 ft [67m] deep), day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    6.   [1R-T-R]  Bluecheek butterflyfish
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C-4&6
    
      NOTES:
    These hover as small, loose groups over coral, day and night.
    
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    7.   [1R-B-L]  Yellow longnose butterflyfish
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: D&E-1&2; C&D-3; C-4; B-5; C-6; B&C-7
    
      NOTES:
    They swim as small, loose groups over coral. They can also be
    found under glows alone or with other fish, both day and night.
    
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    8.   [1R-B-R]  Moorish idol
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: A&B-1; B&F-2; E&F-3; E, F, G-4; B, C, E, G-5;
                   A, E, F-6; A, C, E, G-7; E-8
    DH: C-1NE; B-2NE&SW; C-2NE&SW; A-3E; B-3W&SE; C-3W&NE; A-4NE; B-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    They are found day and night, in groups just lazily swimming around
    in both areas. They can also appear under glows (both areas).
    
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    ===P A G E  2===
    
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    9.   [2L-T-L]  King angelfish
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Ciceros Strait, Zahhab Region
    Gatama: B-6; A&B-7
    Ciceros: E-1; A-5
    Zahhab: D-2; C&E-3
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: Can be found both day & night in medium groups above coral.
    Ciceros: Those in A-5 are inside Blue Dome; both areas are day only.
    Zahhab: These are in front of the Cavern of the Gods entrance, and also
    above coral in the Stone Castle & Aquarius Corner areas, day and night.
    
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    10.  [2L-T-R]  Flame angelfish
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: A&B-1; D&G-2; C&E-3; F-4&6; G-5
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found both day and night; they appear
    in singles or loose pairs among other coral fish.
    
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    11.  [2L-B-L]  Emperor angelfish*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Deep Hole, Zahhab Region
    Gatama: A-1, 2, 6, 7; B-2, 3, 6; C-2, 4, 7; D-2, 4, 5, 7;
                    E-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; F-2, 3, 6, 7; G-3, 5, 7
    Deep Hole: B-2NE; C-2SW; A-3SE; B-3NW&S; C-3NW&S; A-4NW; B-4NE
    Zahhab: D-2
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama/Deep Hole: These are easy to spot; they float
    over coral in large, slow-moving groups, day and night. 
    Zahhab: A group swims near the CotG entrance, day and night.
    
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    12.  [2L-B-R]  Emperor angelfish (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Deep Hole, Zahhab Region
    Gatama: A-1, 2, 6, 7; B-2, 3, 6; C-2, 4, 7; D-2, 4, 5, 7;
                    E-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; F-2, 3, 6, 7; G-3, 5, 7
    Deep Hole: B-2NE; C-2SW; A-3SE; B-3NW&S; C-3NW&S; A-4NW; B-4NE
    Zahhab: D-2
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama/DH: These only appear under coral glows (unlike the adults),
    both day and night. They do NOT appear in the Zahhab Region,
    although they are listed as being there (since they share the
    same listing as the adult version).
    
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    13.  [2R-T-L]  Yellowband angelfish (EU: Yellowbar angelfish)
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: D-2&3; B&C-7
    
      NOTES:
    A group of 3 appear in Coral Valley (B&C-7), and a few more slowly
    float in front of the Cavern of the Gods entrance, both day and night.
    
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    14.  [2R-T-R]  Lined surgeonfish
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: F&H-1; B&G-2; D-3; C&D-4; C&F-5; E-7
    Valka: A-3&4W; B-4NW; B-3NW; B-2SE; C-2S; B-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    CS & VC: These stay together in medium to large, slow-moving
    groups. They can be found day and night in both areas.
    
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    15.  [2R-B-L]  Powder blue tang
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E-1; D-2&3; B&C-4&7; B-5; C-6
    
      NOTES:
    Large, slow groups of these swim over coral areas, and a group
    swims near the Cavern of the Gods entrance, both day and night.
    
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    16.  [2R-B-R]  Yellowtail surgeonfish
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-6; C, D, E-7; D-8
    
      NOTES:
    They swim in small groups above coral areas, both day and night.
    
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    17.  [3L-T-L]  Whitemargin unicornfish*
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3W
    
      NOTES:
    These float in a loosely formed group above Deep Hole, in
    daytime only. Their unique profile makes them easy to spot.
    
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    18.  [3L-T-R]  Orange-lined triggerfish
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C-4
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in small, loose groups over coral, both day and night.
    
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    19.  [3L-B-L]  Clown triggerfish*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: A, B, C, E, F, H-1; B, D, G-2; B&C-3; A, F, G-5; B&H-6; D-8
    Valka: B-2NE; D-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These stay in loose groups, mainly over sand, day and night.
    Valka: ONLY young appear here, under glows (shared listing).
    
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    20.  [3L-B-R]  Clown triggerfish (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: A, B, C, E, F, H-1; B, D, G-2; B&C-3; A, F, G-5; B&H-6; D-8
    Valka: B-2NE; D-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    Cieros: These are only found under coral and sandy glows.
    Valka: They appear at the beginning & end of the Underwater Gallery.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    21.  [3R-T-L]  Sailfin tang
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: B-2; F-3; B-5; A, B, C, D, G-6; A, C, E, G-7
    Deep Hole: A-2SE; C-2W; B-3N&SE; C-3S; B-4N; C-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    Both areas: these swim in loose groups over coral, day and night.
    
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    22.  [3R-T-R]  Sailfin tang (young) {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: B-2; F-3; B-5; A, B, C, D, G-6; A, C, E, G-7
    Deep Hole: A-2SE; C-2W; B-3N&SE; C-3S; B-4N; C-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    Both areas: these appear under coral glows only, day and night.
    
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    23.  [3R-B-L]  Golden spadefish (young)*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    A group of these float in front of the statue in
    the Altar of Horus room, both day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    24.  [3R-B-R]  Yellow tang*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: A-2; B-1, 2, 3; D-3, 4, 5; E-3, 4, 5, 6, 7; F-6; G-6&7; H-5
    
      NOTES:
    These appear as loose groups scattered mainly over coral. However,
    the ones in H-5 appear over sand in front of the entrance to the
    Private Reef; they can be found both day and night.
    
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    25.  [4L-T-L]  Blue tang
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Deep Hole, Ciceros Strait, Zahhab Region
    Gatama: A&B-2; E-3, 7, 8; F-4, 6, 7
    Deep Hole: C-1SE; C-2NE
    Ciceros: A-5
    Zahhab: C-3&6; B-5
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: Seem to be everywhere in large, slow-moving groups.
    Deep Hole: A small group swims in part of the Kelp Tunnel.
    Ciceros: A group hangs out inside Blue Dome.
    Zahhab: Small groups are found in a few coral areas.
    They can be found day and night in all areas.
    
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    26.  [4L-T-R]  Orangespine unicornfish
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: D-3; C-6&7; B-7
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in medium, loose groups over coral, day and night.
    
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    27.  [4L-B-L]  Purple queen
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F-2; B-3&4; C-6; A-7&8
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in several smaller, slow, shoals grouped together
    to form a large shoal; they appear both day and night.
    
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    28.  [4L-B-R]  Swallowtail sea perch
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: B, C, D, E, F, G-1&2; A, B, C, D-3; E,F,G-4;
                  B, D, E, F, G-5; B, E, F, G-6; C, D, E, F, G, H-7; E-8
    Valka: B-2SE; C-2SE; D-2SW; B-3NE; C-3N; D-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These swim in medium-sized shoals over coral.
    Valka: They swim through the length of the Mermaid's Ballroom.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    29.  [4R-T-L] Crescent tail bigeye (EU: Common bigeye)
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Valka Castle
    Gatama: A&B-1&2; B&C-3&4
    Valka: B-2SE; C-2NE; B-3NE; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: These swim in small, medium-speed shoals.
    Valka: A shoal swims in part of the Mermaid's Ballroom.
    They can be found day and night in both areas.
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    30.  [4R-T-R]  Samurai squirrelfish
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: G-2; H-6; G-7
    Valka: A-4NW; B-4NE; A-3NE; B-3NW; D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These swim in slow, loose groups in daytime only.
    Valka: They are in small groups all over here, both day and night.
    
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    31.  [4R-B-L]  Miniata grouper
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-7; C-3&6; D-2, 3, 7, 8
    
      NOTES:
    These usually swim in medium-sized groups over coral. However,
    a few of them swim over sand near the pair of Orcas in D-7.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    32.  [4R-B-R]  European parrotfish
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: G-1; C&F-2; C&D-3; E-4; F-6
    Valka: B-2NE; C-2NW; D-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They swim in medium-sized groups over coral & shipwrecks.
    Valka: They are found singly moving through the Underwater Gallery.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    33.  [5L-T]  Multicolorfin rainbowfish (male)
                           EU: Multicolourfin rainbowfish (male)
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: C, D, G-2; D, E, F, G-3; E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5; E&G-6
    Deep Hole: A-3E; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Both areas: These swim in male and female pairs,
    loosely grouped over sandy areas, day and night.
    Focusing on one gives you the info for both.
    
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    34.  [5L-B]  Multicolorfin rainbowfish (female)
                        EU: Multicolourfin rainbowfish (female)
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: C, D, G-2; D, E, F, G-3; E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5; E&G-6
    Deep Hole: A-3E; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Both areas: These swim in male and female pairs,
    loosely grouped over sandy areas, day and night.
    Focusing on one gives you the info for both.
    
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    35.  [5R-T-L]  Razorfish
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E&F-4; F-6
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in large groups, mainly among the red whip coral.
    They are NOT under glows; they are tiny and really hard to see,
    so look closely for small dark, thin shadowy shapes among the
    coral. They can be found both day and night.
    In E & F-4, they swim over the sand, and may be easier to see.
    
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    36.  [5R-T-R]  Cleaner wrasse*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Deep Hole, Ciceros Strait,
                        Zahhab Region Depths, Cavern of the Gods
    Gatama: F&G-2; C, D, E, F, G-3&4; C, D, G-5; F&G-6&7; E-8
    Deep Hole: B-3NW
    Ciceros: C-1&3; E-4
    Depths: B-2E; B-3N
    CotG: B, C, D-1N; D-1&2E; C-3SE
    
    
      NOTES:
    This fish attaches itself to other fish and "cleans" them.
    Gatama: They are attached to the humphead wrasses (day and night).
    Deep Hole: The Ocean sunfish carries one (daytime only).
    Ciceros: They are attached to the Kidako morays (day and night).
    Depths: The Ocean sunfish has one (nighttime only).
    CotG: They are attached to some of the Opahs (day and night).
    
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    37.  [5R-T-R]  Clown wrasse (EU: Yellowtail coris)
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: A, B, E, F, G, H-1; B, C, D-2; B-3; F-4&6; G-7
    Valka: B-1SW; B-2NE; C&D-2N; D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These swim above coral in small, slow-moving groups.
    Valka: They are found loosely grouped in several rooms.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    38.  [5R-B-R] Clown wrasse (young)  EU: Yellowtail coris (young) {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: A, B, E, F, G, H-1; B, C, D-2; B-3; F-4&6; G-7
    Valka: B-1SW; B-2NE; C&D-2N; D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They are under coral or sandy glows.
    Valka: They appear under glows in several rooms.
    There may be 2 or more of them, along with other creatures.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    39.  [6L-T]  Porcupinefish
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: B-2; G-6; F-7
    
      NOTES:
    These swim as slow-moving singles over coral, both day and night.
    If you poke them, they puff up to double their normal size. (To poke
    them, equip the food tool, then instead of pressing "A", wave your
    hand around with the Wiimote around until your hand "pokes" them.)
    
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    40.  [6L-B]  Blackspotted pufferfish
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: G-1&2
    
      NOTES:
    These are about 70 ft [21m] down, inside a small niche in the coral
    "wall". There are only about 4 or 5 of them, and may be easy to
    miss. They are there in the daytime only.
    
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    41.  [6R-T-L]  Pineconefish
    
      LOCATIONS: Deep Hole and Cavern of the Gods
    Deep Hole: B-3NW
    Cavern of the Gods: B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Deep Hole: they are at the lowest level (Deep Dome),
    in a large, slow-moving group, both day and night.
    CotG: They slowly float in the Subterranean Reception Room,
    near the hole that leads to the Altar of Isis, both day and night.
    
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    42.  [6R-T-R]  Bicolor parrotfish (young)*
                           EU: Bicolour parrotfish (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait, Valka Castle, Zahhab Region
    Ciceros: C, E, F, H-1; C-5; G-6; H-7
    Valka: A&B-4NW; A-2SE; C-2SE; C-3NW; D-2NW
    Zahhab: B-4, 5, 7; C-4, 6, 7; D-3, 7, 8; E-2, 3, 6, 8; F-4
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral and sandy
    glows, both day and night, in all areas.
    
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    43.  [6R-B]  Bicolor parrotfish  (EU: Bicolour parrotfish)*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait, Valka Castle, Zahhab Region
    Ciceros: C, E, F, H-1; C-5; G-6; H-7
    Valka: A&B-4NW; A-2SE; C-2SE; C-3NW; D-2NW
    Zahhab: B-4, 5, 7; C-4, 6, 7; D-3, 7, 8; E-2, 3, 6, 8; F-4
    
      NOTES:
    These form loose, slow groups, both day and night, all areas.
    
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    44.  [7L-T-L]  Bower's parrotfish
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: A&B-1; B&E-2; E-4; C&D-5; F-6; D&E-7; E-8
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in singles among groups of
    other coral fish, both day and night.
    
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    45.  [7L-T-R]  Ornate wrasse
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: A&D-1; E-5
    
      NOTES:
    They swim in medium groups mainly over coral, day and night.
    
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    46.  [7L-B]  Luna lionfish*
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-2NE; B-2NW; B-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are just 7 of these in 3 rooms of the Castle-
    3 each in the two rooms prior to the Underwater Gallery,
    and 1 more in the Mermaid's Ballroom, "guarding" the Key
    on the throne. These are dangerous, but it's easy to stay out
    of their way, since they really don't move around much.
    They can be found there both day and night.
    
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    47.  [7R-T]  Bigeye trevally
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Ciceros Strait, Zahhab Region
    Gatama: B&C-5
    Ciceros: C&D-4&5
    Zahhab: E-5; D&E-6&7
    
      NOTES:
    All areas: they swim in large, tightly grouped, medium-
    speed shoals. They can be found day and night in all areas.
    
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    48.  [7R-B]  Blackfin barracuda
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E&F-2&3
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in one large, slow shoal at a depth of
    about 10 ft [3m]. They can be found day and night.
    
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    This section has 63 entries, and goes from pages 8-16 (inclusive).
    
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    49.  [8L-T-L]  False clown anemonefish*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: A-1, 2, 7; G-5&6; D&E-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found both under coral glows and out
    in the open. They are found day and night.
    
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    50.  [8L-T-R]  Yellowtail clownfish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-3; G-6; E&F-7; D&E-8
    
      NOTES:
    These are mainly found under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    51.  [8L-B-L]  Tomato clownfish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E-3; B&C-4; C-6; D-7
    
      NOTES:
    This fish is perhaps THE hardest fish to find. It is likely the
    last creature you will need to locate. The trick is just to keep
    diving with Oceana and looking for it.
    The glows it can be under are mostly on coral cliff sides (not
    usually on top), and is found at night only.
    
    Update: after several save files worth of info in looking for this
    fish, I can say I find it more easily in E-3; there is a glow spot
    on the top of the cliff face there it seems to like. The glow is
    near Stone Castle, but not on/in it.
    
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    52.  [8L-B-R]  Yellow clownfish (EU: Orange skunk clownfish)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-3; A, D, E, G-6; A, B, E, F-7; D&E-8
    
      NOTES:
    THIS. FISH. IS. ORANGE. NOT. YELLOW!! For those with the North
    American game version, disregard the name when looking for it.
    It is found under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    53.  [8R-T-L]  Sapphire devil* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-5, 6, 7; C-4, 6, 7; D-1, 3, 4; E-1, 2, 3, 6, 8; F-4
    
      NOTES:
    These fish are found under coral glows, either 1 or
    more alone, or paired with 1 or more Sea goldies.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    54.  [8R-T-R]  Starck's demoiselle*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: B, D, F, G-2; G-3; D-4; D&G-5; B, F, H-6; A, D, F-7; E-8
    Deep Hole: B-2NE&S; A-3NE; B-3S; C-3NW; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    Both areas: They float above coral in groups, as well
    as appear under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    55.  [8R-B-L]  Goldtail demoiselle {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: A&B-1; B, D, G-2; B-3; D-4; F, G, H-6; B, E, F-7; D&G-8
    Valka: A-4NW; A-2NW; B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These are found under coral or sandy glows.
    Valka: Under glows, either 2 or 3 alone, or with other creatures.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    56.  [8R-B-R]  Blue-green chromis
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: A, B, F-1; G-2
    Valka: A-4NW; A-3SW; A-2SW&NE; B-1SW; B-2NW; D-2SE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They float in large groups near coral, and
    also appear under coral glows, in the daytime only.
    Valka: They are in many rooms, & appear under glows, day and night.
    
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    57.  [9L-T-L]  Three-spot dascyllus {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-5, 6, 7; C-3, 6, 7; D-2, 3, 4, 5, 8; E-2, 3, 8; F-3
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows, either 1 or more
    alone, or paired with other fish, both day and night.
    
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    58.  [9L-T-R]  Three-spot dascyllus (young) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-5, 6, 7; C-3, 6, 7; D-2, 3, 4, 5, 8; E-2, 3, 8; F-3
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found under coral or sandy glows, with usually
    several per glow. They can be by themselves or paired with
    other fish. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    59.  [9L-B-L]  John dory
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: D&E-1; E-4; C, E, H-7; H-8
    
      NOTES:
    They float in large stationary groups, mainly over sand, night only.
    
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    60.  [9L-B-R]  Singular bannerfish* {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: G-2&3; B-5; F&G-6; A, B, C, F-7; A-8
    Deep Hole: C-1SE; C-2NW; A-3NE; B-3W; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    Both areas: these appear under coral, and
    mixed sand/coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    61.  [9R-T-L]  Bicolor angelfish (EU: Bicolour angelfish) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: G-2&3; H-6
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under rocky or sandy glows (G-2-Doughnut Reef, or
    G-3, right in front of it, usually a glow on a rock), day and night.
    
    You MAY find this in H-6, at night. The glow where the
    Red-streaked box crab was in the daytime sometimes holds one
    of these instead, at times also with a Parade-float sea slug and/or
    a Starck's demoiselle or two.
    
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    62.  [9R-T-R]  Royal angelfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-5&7; C-4, 6, 7; D-1&3; E-1&2
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows, either 2 or more by themselves,
    or paired with other fish. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    63.  [9R-B-L]  Threadfin butterflyfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: B, F, H-1; G-2; B&E-3; B&C-5; E-6; G-7
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found under coral or sandy glows, both day and night.
    
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    64.  [9R-B-R]  Bluelashed butterflyfish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: C-6; A&B-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral or mixed sand/coral glows, day and night.
    
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    65.  [10L-T-L] Black pyramid butterflyfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: D-2NW; A-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found under glows on the sides of the walls in the
    Altars of Osiris and Isis rooms, both day and night. They share
    glow spots with the Whitespotted boxfish (young), so if the boxfish
    is all you find, return to the boat, then re-dive to reset the glows.
    The glows they are found under may appear during the main plot.
    
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    66.  [10L-T-R] Banded angelfish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: A-2SE; B-2S; A-3NE; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    These can appear in coral or sandy glows
    outside of Deep Hole, both day and night.
    
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    67.  [10L-B-L] Humpback grouper (young) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-5&7; C-3, 4, 6, 7; D-1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8;
                   E-2, 3, 5, 6, 8; F-4
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found under coral or sandy glows, either 1
    or more alone, or with other fish, both day and night.
    
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    68.  [10L-B-R] Dusky batfish (young) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: B-2; F&G-4; D-6; A&F-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    69.  [10R-T-L] Mandarinfish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E&F-2; F-4
    
      NOTES:
    Mainly found found under purple or blue coral glows
    (above or near to the coral), both day and night.
    
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    70.  [10R-T-R] Goldeye rockfish
    
      LOCATIONS: Deep Hole and Ciceros Strait
    Deep Hole: B-3
    Ciceros: D, E, F-1; D-2; D&E-3; C, D, F-4; D, F, G-5; E, F, G, H-6;
                  C, E, F, G, H-7; D, E, F, H-8
    
      NOTES:
    Deep Hole: They swim in small, slow groups in the middle level.
    Ciceros: They're just about everywhere here; you're sure to
    run into at least one group on every dive.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    71.  [10R-B-L] Marine betta {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-1NW; B-2W; C-2SE; A-3NE; B-3NW; D-3NE; A-4SE; D-4SE
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found all over the CotG, under floor & wall glows. They
    usually appear as 1 or 2, alone. They can be found day and night.
    The glows they are found under may appear during the main plot.
    
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    72.  [10R-B-R] Harlequin sweetlips (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-4NW; C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under 2 glows only; there is one glow in
    the Spiral Tower, on one of the "rings" around the Tower,
    around 60 ft [18m]. The other glow is in the Underwater
    Gallery. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    73.  [11L-T-L] Marbled flounder (young) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: H-7
    
      NOTES:
    There only seems to be 1 of these, and the glow it's found under
    coincides with the great white sharks' area near the Emerald Lady
    wreck, and Thanatos swims here too. You will have to sneak REALLY
    close to the sea floor and carefully swim there until you find it.
    The glow is on the sandy ocean floor, found both day and night.
    
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    74.  [11L-T-R] Yatabei blenny (EU: Isoginpo) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: F-5
    
      NOTES:
    These are found in glows on the side of coral rock "walls".
    Although most of time you can find these IN Cross Rift,
    sometimes you may also find one on the rock "wall"
    outside of it. They are inside of a small hole, and slowly
    poke their head out. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    75.  [11L-B-L] Rippled rockskipper {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: B-7&8; E-8
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under rocky coral glows, both day and night.
    They hide most of their body below a rocky ledge, and slowly
    poke their head up, then move back down again. Move the
    screen upwards to see more of them.
    
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    76.  [11L-B-R] Red-spotted blenny {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C-4; D-3; E-2, 3, 4; B, C, D-6
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under coral glows, usually 1 sticking up above a
    rocky outcropping, or in a hole in brain coral. Most of the time
    they are surrounded by other fish.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    77.  [11R-T-L] Bicolor blenny (EU: Bicolour blenny)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: F-4&5; B-6
    
      NOTES:
    Like the Yatabei blenny, these hide in holes in coral rock
    "walls", and slowly poke their head out. They are found
    under glows on the side of coral rock "walls".
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    78.  [11R-T-R] Fire goby {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C-3; E-1&3
    
      NOTES:
    These are normally under a glow alone. They hover over a hole;
    at night when you first shine your light on them, they may duck
    into the hole. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    79.  [11R-B-L] Elegant firefish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: G-6; B&D-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the sandy ocean floor. There is
    only one per glow, swimming above a small hole in the sea floor.
    They may be found in the daytime only.
    
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    80.  [11R-B-R] Monster shrimp goby {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F-6
    
      NOTES:
    Found only under sandy glows on the ocean floor. They live
    inside a hole, usually paired with a Randall's pistol shrimp.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    81.  [12L-T-L] Watchman goby* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D-7; E-6
    
      NOTES:
    Found only under sandy glows on the ocean floor. They live
    inside a hole, usually paired with a Randall's pistol shrimp.
    There is another type of this creature, a "yellow" version, but it
    has no separate listing in your book. These count as the same
    creature. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    82.  [12L-T-R] Singapore prawn goby {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C, D, E-4; G-6
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the sandy ocean floor.
    They live in a hole, usually paired with a Shrimp goby.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    83.  [12L-B-L] Blue-spotted jawfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-5
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one of these, in E-5, in a glow on the sandy ocean
    floor. It is always found in the hole alone, although another fish
    or two may be swimming in the same glow; found day and night.
    
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    84.  [12L-B-R] Peacock blenny {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: A&B-1; B&F-2; E&F-4
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows; they seem to prefer brain coral.
    They live in a hole in the coral, or behind a rock face they stick
    their head up over. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    85.  [12R-T-L] Oblong goby* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F-2; B-4; C-5; D-6
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    86.  [12R-T-R] Yellow clown goby* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: B&E-2; B-4; C-5; D-6; F&G-3&4
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    87.  [12R-B-L] Red-spotted goby* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C-4; D-3; E-1
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under coral glows, usually 1 or 2 that hide and
    stay near a large yellow coral. They can be alone, but are usually
    joined by 1 or more Sea goldies; found day and night.
    
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    88.  [12R-B-R] Five-lined coral goby* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: B-2; F&G-3&4; C&D-5; G-6; F-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    89.  [13L-T] Long-spine porcupinefish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C-2; F-5
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under coral glows, both day and night.
    The one in C-2 may be nearly impossible to get to in the
    daytime, as the great white sharks hang out nearby.
    For the one in F-5, Cross Rift, look inside Cross Rift.
    
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    90.  [13L-B-L] Yellow boxfish (young) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-5, 6, 7; C-3, 4, 5, 6; D-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8;
                   E-1, 2, 3, 4, 8
    
      NOTES:
    These appear all over Zahhab, under both coral and sandy glows.
    They can appear in a small group, alone, or with other fish.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    91.  [13L-B-R] Whitespotted boxfish (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: D-2NW; A-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under glows on the walls in the Altars of
    Isis and Osiris, usually several to a glow, by themselves.
    They share glow spots with the Black pyramid butterflyfish,
    and are usually more commonly found than the butterflyfish.
    They can be found both day and night.
    The glows they are found under may appear during the main plot.
    
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    92.  [13R-T-L] Tiger puffer (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-3; D-7&8
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found under giant clam glows, but
    can also appear under coral glows, both day and night.
    
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    93.  [13R-T-R] Striated frogfish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: C-2SW; A-3SE; C-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    Usually a solitary one is found under a coral glow, day and
    night. Can be seen with another creature(s), or be alone.
    Occasionally there are 2 of these under the glow.
    
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    94.  [13R-B-L] Painted frogfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-1NW; B-2NW; B-3NW; A-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under glows on the floor in the hallways and in the
    Pillars of Shadow, usually just one by itself, both day and night.
    
    They may be found during the main plot, if you are lucky.
    
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    95.  [13R-B-R] Warty frogfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D-6
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the sandy ocean floor.
    Usually it's just a solitary one; may sometimes be paired
    with another creature. Can be found both day and night.
    
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    96.  [14L-T] Sea robin (EU: Red gurnard)*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: C, D, E-1; G-4&8
    Valka: A-2SW; D-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They can be found in a medium-sized, stationary
    group on the sandy ocean floor at night only.
    Valka: There are 3 or 4 in front of the door to the first room
    with the luna lionfish; and 1 more in front of the door leading
    to the map room (outside room, in Underwater Gallery).
    They can be found both day and night here.
    
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    97.  [14R-B-L] Southern orange-lined cardinalfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-7; C-3&4; D-2, 3, 4, 8; E-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; F-4
    
      NOTES:
    These can be under coral or sandy glows, usually 2 or more per glow.
    They can be by themselves, but are more commonly found with
    other creatures. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    98.  [14R-B-R] Cardinal fish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-2NE; C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found in only 2 places here-under a glow in the
    second luna lionfish room, and the other in the Underwater Gallery.
    In the lionfish room glow there are usually one or two Blue-green
    chromis with them, and the Underwater Gallery glow they share
    with the Berthella aurantiaca. They can be found day and night.
    
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    99.  [14R-T-L] Sea goldie*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Zahhab Region
    Ciceros: C, D, E, F, G-1; B, D, E, F-2; B&D-3; B&C-4; C, F, H-5;
                   A&G-6; C, D, F, H-7; F&H-8
    Zahhab: B-5&6; C-3, 4, 5, 6, 7; D-1, 2, 3, 4, 8; E-1&3
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They swim in large, slow groups.
    Zahhab: They stay in large, slow groups, and can also
    be found under glows (alone, or with other creatures).
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    100. [14R-T-R] Stocky anthias* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: A-2SE; B-3NW&S; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    Found under coral glows, both outside of and in the
    middle level of Deep Hole, both day and night.
    
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    101. [14R-B-L] Cherry grouper (EU: Sakuradai) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: A-7&8; C-6&7; D-8; E-7; F-6&7; G-2, 3, 5, 6
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found under red fan coral glows; common
    over the side of Blue Cliff, where a lot of red fan coral sticks out
    from the cliff; also can be found under normal coral glows,
    both day and night.
    
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    102. [14R-B-R] Sunset anthias* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-2SE
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under 1 glow in the Armory only
    (right side). They can be found both day and night.
    
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    103. [15L-T] Flying fish*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: D-1, 2, 4; G-1&2
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in small, medium-moving shoals. They blend easily with
    other faster shoals of fish of the same size, like Japanese jack
    mackerel, and may be hard to spot at first; found day and night.
    
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    104. [15L-B] Chub mackerel*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: C, D, E, F-3; C, D, E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5; E, F, G-6; F&G-7
    
      NOTES:
    These move in a VERY fast shoal that mainly travels in a
    circuitous route around Gatama Atoll, both day and night.
    
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    105. [15R-T] Japanese jack mackerel
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: B, C, E, F, G-1; B, E, F-2; C&D-3; D, E, G-4; F&G-5;
                  D, E, F, G-6; C, E, G-7; D, F, G-8
    Valka: B-2SE; C-2S; D-2NE; B-3NE; C-3N; D-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These swim in very fast-moving shoals over a wide area.
    Valka: You may see them easier here, as they're stuck in the
    Mermaid's Ballroom, where they swim in a fast-moving shoal.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    106. [15R-B] Japanese sardine (NA: Pacific sardine?)
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-5&7; C-5; D-4, 5, 6; E-1&2; F-2
    
      NOTES:
    These swim throughout Zahhab in medium-sized shoals, slow
    to medium speed. They can be found both day and night.
    
    All shoals, except the one in B-7 (Coral Valley) are called
    "Pacific sardine". The shoal here is called "Japanese sardine";
    this could mean the game designers changed the name of this
    fish for the North American version, but forgot to change the B-7
    shoal's name, or they were going to change the name but decided
    against it, but forgot to change the other shoals' names back before
    they released game in the North American market.
    I have left the probable EU name as the operative one since I'm not
    sure which name they intended to use for this fish in the NA version.
    
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    107. [16L-T-L] Antarctic silverfish
    
      LOCATIONS: Weddell Sea and Iceberg Cavern
    Weddell: B-1E; C-1; D-1W; A-2NE&SW; B-2NW&S; C-2NW; D-2; A-3NW&SE;
                   B-3SE; C-3NW&S; D-3NW; A-4NE; B-4N; C-4N&SE; D-4SW
    Iceberg Cavern: B&C-2&3
    
      NOTES:
    For both areas: these travel in medium-large shoals, and move at
    at a medium speed. In the Weddell Sea, they're just about everywhere;
    in the Iceberg Cavern, there is one large shoal of them that travels
    around the middle area. They are found day and night in both areas.
    
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    108. [16L-T-R] Capelin
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-1W; B-1SW; C-2; A-3NW&S; B-3S; C-3; D-3W; A-4N;
                   B-4NE; C-4N; D-4W
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in medium-large shoals, in a medium to fast paced
    circuit. They're really small, and focusing on only one of them
    may take several tries. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    109. [16L-B] Dusky rockcod {G}
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: D-1SE; C-2SE; A-4NE; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    These live under glows mainly on the sides of icebergs, although
    there are a couple of glows on the shortcut from one side of the
    big iceberg to the other that they can be found on. There are
    usually 2 or more per glow, with only 1 alone unusual.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    110. [16R-T] Bald notothen {G}
    
      LOCATION: Iceberg Cavern
    Co-ords: C-3N
    
      NOTES:
    These live under glows, normally several to a glow;
    although only one there can be found as well.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    111. [16R-B] Slender bristlemouth {G}
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: C-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    There are one or two glows these can be found under: the glows are
    under the entrance to Lower Ice Cave 3 (Iceberg Cavern), around
    a depth of 150 ft [46m]. There are usually several of these per glow.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    ===LARGE MARINE LIFE [LML]===
    
    This section has 49 entries, and goes from pages 17-30 (inclusive).
    
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    112. [17L-T] Red sea bream
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C&E-1; G-5; F&G-6; H-7; F-8
    
      NOTES:
    These are found in medium-sized, loose groups, daytime only.
    
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    113. [17L-B] Asian sheepshead wrasse
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: C-2N; D-1SE; D-3E; D-4SW&E; C-4SE
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found, mostly solitary, doing hallway
    patrol, or in the Altar of Horus room, day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot in the Altar
    of Horus room only; they do not start hallway patrol
    until after the CotG is re-opened.
    
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    114. [17R-T] Golden trevally
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Zahhab Region
    Gatama: D-2; C, D, E, F-3; D, F, G-4; E, F, G, H-6; D, E, G-7; D-8
    Zahhab: E&F-1&2
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: They can be found as solitary creatures
    over sandy areas, both day and night.
    Zahhab: Several follow the whale shark in its circuit, daytime only.
    The Whale shark and its followers only appear after the end of the
    main plot, and are triggered by the "Healing Sea" special request.
    
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    115. [17R-B] Giant trevally
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C-4; D-5
    
      NOTES:
    These swim as a small, slow, loose group, both day and night.
    
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    116. [18L-T] Largehead hairtail*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: B&C-7
    Valka: D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These float over the Well of the Full Moon
    (the entrance to Valka Castle) at night only.
    Valka: They float around the map room, daytime only.
    
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    117. [18L-B] Pilotfish
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E&F-1&2; D-5, 6, 7
    
      NOTES:
    Several of these follow the whale shark in the daytime only.
    Day and night, a few stay close to the gray whale area (D-5&6).
    The Whale shark and its followers only appear after the end of the
    main plot, and are triggered by the "Healing Sea" special request.
    Day and night several stay near the pair of Orcas (D-7).
    
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    118. [18R-T] Mahi-mahi*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: G-1; E&F-4; D-7; H-6&7
    Valka: D-2N; B-2SE; C-2SW; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These swim slowly in medium-sized loose groups.
    Valka: They mainly swim in parts of the Mermaid's
    Ballroom and the Underwater Gallery.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    119. [18R-B] Antarctic toothfish (EU: Antarctic cod)
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: C-1N; B-1S; B-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    There are 5 of these fish; they are separated into a group of
    3 that slowly patrol B-1S & B-2NW, and a pair that patrol
    C-1N. These can be found at night only.
    
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    120. [19L-T] Longtooth grouper
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: E-4
    Valka: A-2SE; B-2SW&NE; C-2N; D-2N
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: There are 3 of them here, loosely
    grouped near the wreck of the Arktos.
    Valka: A few swim thoughout the length of the Underwater Gallery,
    one in the Armory, & one in the room prior to the King's Chamber.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    121. [19L-B] White grouper
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: D-1; C-4; D-7
    Valka: D-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These swim in a small loose group near the sandy ocean floor.
    Valka: They swim near the floor at the end of the Underwater Gallery.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    122. [19R-T] Humphead wrasse*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F&G-2; C, D, E, F, G-3&4; C, D, G-5; F&G-6&7; E-8
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found swimming as solitary creatures, but
    a loose pair of them swim near the entrance to Deep Hole.
    They are found both day and night.
    
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    123. [19R-B] Giant grouper
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3SW
    
      NOTES:
    There are only 2 of these; one swims in the middle level,
    near the top; the other one stays in the Giant's Grotto.
    They are found both day and night; although at night, the one
    in the middle level swims a little deeper, closer to the bottom
    level's mouth.
    
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    124. [20L-T] Great barracuda*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: G-6
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in one large, loose group, daytime only.
    
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    125. [20L-B] Meagre (EU: Shadefish)
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: H-6; D-7
    Valka: A-4NW; B-1SW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They are found in 2 large, slow-moving groups.
    Valka: There are 2 places they are here-several in the middle
    of the Spiral Tower, and 3 stay in the Treasure Vault.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    126. [20R-T] Bartail flathead
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C, D, E-4; C-6; D-7
    
      NOTES:
    These rest on the sandy ocean floor as solitary creatures;
    they may move around a little when you approach them.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    127. [20R-B] Atlantic tarpon
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are only 2 of these that normally swim around the left side
    of the Altar of Osiris room (about 220 ft [67m]). You can get their
    info before that, however, if you do part 4 of the Help Me! quest
    (Fish Out of Water). There are 5 of them you need to find in
    Cortica, Midstream, and you can focus on one of them there if
    you want to. They are in the CotG both day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    128. [21L-T] Atlantic bluefin tuna*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and North Coast of Canada
    Ciceros: C, D, E, F, G-1; C, D, E-4
    Canada: A-1NW&S; B-1SW; A-2E; B-2W&SE; A-3N; B-3N
    
      NOTES:
    In both areas, these move in a medium-sized shoal
    at a medium speed, around 55 ft (17m) deep.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    129. [21L-B] Chinook salmon
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: C-1NW&SE; B-2E; C-2; A-3S; B-3NE; C-3NE&S; D-3W; C-4N; D-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    They swim in medium-sized groups about 15 ft [5m] deep; they
    move at a medium speed. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    130. [21R-T] Striped marlin*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E-6; F-2; G-5
    
      NOTES:
    These swim at a very shallow depth (about 10-15 ft [3-5m]), in
    medium-sized, loose groups over the open ocean, day and night.
    
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    131. [21R-B] Indo-Pacific sailfish*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: G-1; C&D-3; C-7
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in a loose group at a shallow depth
    (about 10 ft [3m]), in the daytime only.
    
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    132. [22L-T-L] Olive flounder*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: E, G, H-1; A-5; G-6; D-7
    
      NOTES:
    These rest on the sandy ocean floor, in a loose group.
    Although a few can be found in the daytime, more
    of them appear at night.
    
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    133. [22L-T-R] Olive flounder (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: E, G, H-1; A-5; G-6; D-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found under glows on the sandy
    ocean floor. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    134. [22L-B] Coelacanth*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2S; B-3N&SW
    
      NOTES:
    It's really, REALLY hard to miss these-they swim in a large
    group in the Pillars of Shadow, below the entrance to the
    Celestial Mausoleum. The lowest swim around 175 ft [53m],
    with the highest being right near the Mausoleum door at 75 ft
    [23m]. They can be found both day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot. (In fact, the first time
    you swim into the Pillars of Shadow you are introduced to them
    via a cutscene.)
    
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    135. [22R-T] Red cornetfish
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    These float in a loose group in the map
    room (right side), day and night.
    
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    136. [22R-B] European conger eel (EU: Conger eel)
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Cicieros: D&E-1; C, D, E, G,-6; E-7; H-8
    Valka: B-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: Here, they stay in loose groups on the sandy ocean floor.
    Valka: There are 3 of them in the room prior to the King's Chamber.
    
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    137. [23-T] Great white shark*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C&E-1; E-2; H-7
    
      NOTES:
    These hang out in two large, loose groups near shipwrecks.
    One group is near the Emerald Lady (H-7) both day and night
    (Thanatos swims near this group!).
    The other group stays near the Flamingo in the daytime (C-1),
    but moves to the Pride of Athens wreck (E-1&2) at night.
    They are dangerous, so any jobs or salvage hunting should be
    done as quickly as possible when in their areas.
    
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    138. [23L-B] Scalloped hammerhead (EU: Hammerhead shark)
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: E-1&2; H-1; C&G-5; G-7
    Valka: A-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These swim in a large group over coral areas, day and night.
    At night only, you can find them in Amphitrite's Sanctuary (C-5).
    Valka: They are only found swimming near the top of the Spiral
    Tower, day and night.
    
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    139. [23R-B] Sand tiger (EU: Grey nurse shark)
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C&G-1; C&D-3; G-6
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in really large groups, taking up nearly the whole
    area they're in, at night only. They are so large and numerous
    you really can't miss them, and although they look as ferocious
    as great whites, they are not dangerous.
    
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    140. [24-T] Greenland shark
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-1NW&SE; C-1SE; D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are only 3 or 4 of these sharks that patrol the Arctic area,
    but they are dangerous, so be cautious around them.
    Pulsar them, then get their info. They can be found both day & night.
    
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    141. [24-B] Tiger shark
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one of these, and it is found ONLY at night in Deep Hole.
    You will have to pulsar it to get it calm enough to get its info,
    as it is dangerous. It swims over the top of Deep Hole, not
    inside as it did during the plot.
    
    There is one of these that needs to be dealt with during part
    5 of the "Save the Aquarium" quest. It appears in the Zahhab Region
    during the day, where it does not normally swim. If you really don't
    want to go into Deep Hole at night, try getting its info after it's
    been pulsared in Zahhab. Its area map does not indicate it appears
    there, however.
    
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    142. [25] Whale shark*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Zahhab Region
    Gatama: A&B-1; A, B, C, D-2; B, C, D, E-3; C, D, E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5;
                   E, F, G-6; F&G-7
    Zahhab: E&F-1&2
    
      NOTES:
    There are only 2 of these; one each at Gatama and Zahhab.
    Gatama: this one has a very large route it takes, and swims very
    slowly over it. At night, it swims through part of the Atoll Gate
    and is REALLY hard to miss, as it takes up most of the space in that
    area! They can be found both day and night here.
    Zahhab: this one is larger, and swims mostly near Mushroom Rock.
    It's really easy to spot, and has a large following of smaller fish
    in tow as it makes its smaller circuit. It is here in the daytime only.
    It (and its followers) only appear in Zahhab after the end of the
    main plot, and are triggered by the "Healing Sea" special request.
    
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    143. [26] Basking shark*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: F&G-6; C, D, E, F, G-7; D, E, F, G-8
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one of these, and the first time you are introduced
    to it, you get a cutscene. It swims in a slow circuit, at night only.
    You really can't miss it; it's quite a sight, especially when it
    opens its really cavernous mouth!
    
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    144. [27L-T] Pelagic thresher shark
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: D, E, H-1; C-2&7; F-5
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in slow, medium-sized groups, day and night.
    
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    145. [27L-B] Great sturgeon
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Cavern of the Gods
    Ciceros: C&D-1&2; D-3
    CotG: A-1W; A-2W; A-3W; A-4W&SE; B-4W
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: Swim in solitary circuits, slow to medium speed, day only.
    CotG: 2 or 3 of these do hallway patrol, day and night.
    These do not appear here until after the re-opening of the CotG.
    
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    146. [27R-T] Bowmouth guitarfish*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: C-5; D-4&5; E-6, 7, 8; F-6; G-6&7
    
      NOTES:
    These move slowly along the ocean floor, alone, day and night.
    
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    147. [27R-B] Dwarf sawfish*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: C&D-2; C-5&6
    
      NOTES:
    These move along the ocean floor somewhat slowly,
    usually alone. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    148. [28L-T] Remora
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E&F-1&2
    
      NOTES:
    A group of these circuits with the whale shark, daytime only.
    The Whale shark and its followers only appear after the end of the
    main plot, and are triggered by the "Healing Sea" special request.
    
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    149. [28L-B] Whitetip reef shark (EU: White tip reef shark)
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: E-4; E, F, G-5; F&H-6
    
      NOTES:
    These rest on the coral ground and blend in with it, daytime only.
    
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    150. [28R-T] Banded houndshark
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-5
    
      NOTES:
    These lay on the ocean floor, scattered over the area, although
    3 or 4 at a time may appear to form a very loose group.
    
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    151. [28R-B] Epaulette shark
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F-2; D&E-4; C&D-5; C-6; F-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are seen to be solitary creatures that "walk"
    along the ocean floor on their front flippers.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    152. [29L-T] Zebra shark*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E-3
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these, it slowly moves around the Cavern of
    the Sun (entrance at F-4NW, about 115 ft [35m]), day and night.
    
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    153. [29L-B] Tasselled wobbegong*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: A-4SW; D-4SE
    
      NOTES:
    There are 2 of these, one in each small room. They
    slowly move around the floor, both day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    154. [29R-T-L] Japanese bullhead shark*
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: C-3NW&SE; B-3SE; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    They rest on the sandy ocean floor around the outside
    of Deep Hole, mostly solitary. Found day and night.
    
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    155. [29R-T-R] Japanese bullhead shark (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: C-3NW&SE; B-3SE; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    The young can be seen under glows that had the eggs
    before; focusing on either egg or young gives you their
    info. They can be found day and night.
    
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    156. [29R-B-L] Blotchy swell shark (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-2SE; B-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    These exist as eggs most of the time, but if you are lucky
    you can also see them as young under the same glows the
    eggs were under. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    157. [29R-B-R] Cloudy catshark*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: E&G-1; E&F-4; H-7; G&H-8
    Valka: B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They rest on the sandy ocean floor, day and night.
    Valka: 2 of them can be found lazily moving around in the
    King's Chamber, near the door; another pair circle between
    the fireplace and the desk, day and night.
    
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    158. [30L-T] Japanese angelshark (EU: Japanese angel shark)*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: H-5; B-6; C-7
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in medium to large loose groups
    along the sandy ocean floor, daytime only.
    
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    159. [30L-B] Japanese eagle ray
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: C&D-5&6
    Deep Hole: B-2S; B-3NE; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: They swim in 1 large, loose group, night only.
    Deep Hole: as you emerge from the Kelp Tunnel you
    encounter the large, loose group, daytime only.
    
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    160. [30R] Manta ray*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Ciceros Strait
    Gatama: C-3
    Ciceros: B&C-5; G&H-7; F, G, H-8
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: A pair of these swim over a coral area, both day and night.
    Ciceros: Two large groups of these are here; one is near South
    Canyon, & the other group swims in Amphitrite's Sanctuary.
    They are only found here in the daytime.
    
    There is one that swims in front of the Cavern of the Gods during the
    main plot only. If you focus on it here, it does not show as normally
    being here, however. It is only there as part of the plot.
    
    =============================
    
    ===DOLPHINS AND WHALES [DAW]===
    
    This section has 19 entries, and goes from pages 31-37 (inclusive).
    
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    
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    161. [31L-T] Bottlenose dolphin*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: F-5
    
      NOTES:
    There are 3 of these that swim over Cross Rift, day and night.
    
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    162. [31L-B] Pacific white-sided dolphin*
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3N&SE
    
      NOTES:
    There are about 3 or 4 swimming above Deep Hole, day and night.
    
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    163. [31R-T] Short-beaked common dolphin*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: B-3&4
    
      NOTES:
    A large group of these swim near Dolphin Island, day and night.
    
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    164. [31R-B] Commerson's dolphin*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: C-2E; C-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    A large pod of these swim all over the Pillars of Light. They're
    really hard to miss. They can be found both day and night.
    They do appear inside the CotG during the main plot. They
    also appear outside of it then, just left of the Echoing Terrace.
    
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    165. [32L-T] Orca*
    
      LOCATIONS: Weddell Sea and Zahhab Region
    Weddell: D-1SW
    Zahhab: D-7; G&H-7; G-8
    
      NOTES:
    Weddell: There is a pair of these that swim around 60-75 ft [18-23m].
    Zahhab: a pair of these swim in D-7, at 75 ft [23m]; the others swim
    in a large, loose group out in the open sea.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    166. [32L-B] Risso's dolphin*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: B-2E
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one of these, and it swims at a medium speed,
    about 430-450 ft [131-137m] down. This is NOT the same one
    you can befriend. That one appears in a slightly different area.
    (The "special" one you can befriend seems to appear at a
    slightly lower depth than this one.)
    It can be found both day and night.
    
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    167. [32R-T] Beluga*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    There is one group of these, and they swim near the
    southwestern-most breathing hole at a very shallow
    depth. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    168. [32R-B] False killer whale*
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: C-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these, and it swims in the Mermaid's
    Ballroom. It can be found both day and night.
    
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    169. [33L-T] Narwhal*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: D-1SE; D-2; D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    There is one, large, loose group of these that swim
    somewhat close to the 2 easternmost breathing
    holes. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    170. [33L-B] Spectacled porpoise*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: C-1SE; C-3SW; B-4NE; C-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in large, loose groups around 15-20 ft
    [5-6m] deep. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    171. [33R-T] Amazon river dolphin*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: C-1SE
    
      NOTES:
    There are 2 of these that swim as a pair inside the Twilight Temple,
    near the Sacrificial Well. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    172. [33R-B] Southern bottlenose whale
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: B-3SE; C-3SW; D-3SW; B-4NE; C-4NW; D-4W
    
      NOTES:
    These swim in slow, solitary circuits around a depth of
    15 ft [5m]. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    173. [34-T] Humpback whale*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: C&D-6&7
    
      NOTES:
    There is only of these, the one with the calf you helped
    during the main plot. It swims in a circuit in the Spring Garden,
    both day and night. However, at times it is replaced with the
    legendary Black Harbinger (at the New Moon phase only).
    
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    174. [34-B] North Atlantic right whale*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: D&E-6; D, E, F-7&8
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these, and it swims around the Triton
    Village Ruins area to the South Canyon exit, daytime only.
    This is likely the same one you see during the main plot.
    
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    175. [35-T] Pygmy sperm whale
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3
    
      NOTES:
    There is just one of these, the one you helped get out of the
    tiny cave at the bottom of Deep Hole. Although found both
    day and night, during the day it stays at the bottom of Deep Hole;
    at night it comes out and swims outside the actual Deep Hole.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    176. [35-B] Antarctic minke whale
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-1NE&S; B-1W; A-2N
    
      NOTES:
    There are 3 or 4 of these, and they swim in a slow,
    loose group. They can be found day and night.
    
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    177. [36-T] Gray whale (EU: Grey whale)*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C&D-5&6; D-7
    
      NOTES:
    Several of these swim over the Twin Crevasse entrances
    in one large, loose group, in the daytime only.
    
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    178. [36-B] Sperm whale*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: D-6; E-5, 6, 7, 8; F-4, 5, 8; G-4, 5, 6, 7, 8
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these; you can see it in the Depths during the
    main plot, when it fights with the giant squid, and sometimes
    after that, still locked in a fight with it. You can get its info before
    you change its course as part of the plot.
    At night, it swims in a slow circuit in the open sea, 90 ft [27m].
    In fact, the first time you see it in Zahhab, it comes up from
    the Depths at night; you see this in a cutscene over the Twin
    Crevasse area the first time you swim over it (after the plot
    part here is over).
    
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    179. [37] Blue whale*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-1N&SE; B-1N&SW; C-1NW&S; B-2N; C-2; D-2SW; C-3NE;
                   D-3NW&S; B-4E; C-4
    
      NOTES:
    There are two or three of these, and they swim around 60 ft [18m]
    deep. They are VERY large, and go slowly, and should be easy to
    focus on. They can be found both day and night.
    
    After a part in the main plot, one of these blue whales are seen,
    this time in the Weddell Sea. This whale then vanishes, but MAY be
    found here later. It may have the left side route circuit.
    
    =============================
    
    ===DEEP SEA LIFE [DSL]===
    
    This section has 29 entries, and goes from pages 38-42 (inclusive).
    
    These creatures are mostly found in two places: the Zahhab Region
    Depths, or the Cavern of the Gods. There are only 2 creatures in
    this section that can be found outside of these places (the Ocean
    sunfish and the Cleaner wrasse attached to it, both found in Deep
    Hole as well as the other two deep areas).
    
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    180. [38L-T-L] Splendid alfonsino*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses)
    Co-ords: C-1S; B-2E; C-2W; B-3NE&SW; C-3W&SE
    
      NOTES:
    These fish swim in slow, medium-sized groups. They
    hang out around 270 ft [82m], and are hard to miss.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    181. [38L-T-R] Common fangtooth
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses)
    Co-ords: B-2N&SE; C-2NW; C-3NW&SE
    
      NOTES:
    There are only a few of these fish; one or two float slowly
    near a group of other fish and seem to try to hide among them
    around the 345 ft [105m] mark. Found day and night.
    
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    182. [38L-B-L] Fanfin*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: C-1SE; B-2N&SE; C-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    Several of these float slowly around around 400 ft [122m],
    far enough away from each other to not considered to be in
    a group. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    183. [38L-B-R] Pelican eel*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses)
    Co-ords: C-1SE; B-2N; C-2W; B-3SE; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    These float in loose groups around 345-360 ft [105-110m] deep.
    They're hard to miss, as they (according to Phisheep) look like
    "tails with mouths". They can be found both day and night.
    
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    184. [38R-T-L] Snailfish*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: D-1NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are about 5 of these in one of the small corner rooms.
    They slowly move around the room, both day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    185. [38R-T-R] Sea pig
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: B-2N; C-2N
    
      NOTES:
    Several of these rest on the floor of the Depths area; it's hard to
    miss them. They look almost like ghosts; they don't move around much.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    186. [38R-B-L] Chambered nautilus (EU: Emperor nautilus)*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these, and it floats over the hole leading to the
    Subterranean Reception Room in the Altar of Horus room (about
    240 ft [73m]). It can be found both day and night.
    It can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    187. [38R-B-R] Popeye grenadier*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse & Secret Passage)
    Co-ords: B-1SE; B-2NE&S; A-2SE; A-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    These swim around in several large, loose groups. They seem to
    prefer caves and cave mouths, as most of them are found in the
    Northern Cavern, as well as in the Secret Passage and near its
    mouth (Northern Crevasse entrance/exit). They glow off and on
    and are REALLY hard to miss. They can be found day and night.
    
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    188. [39L-T-L] Barreleye {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses & Secret Passage)
    Co-ords: C-2SW; A-3NE; B-3NE&SW; C-3W; C-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows in ones or twos, or
    threes. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    189. [39L-T-R] Humpback anglerfish* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse & Secret Passage)
    Co-ords: B-2NE; A-3NE; D-3W
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows in ones or twos, both day and night.
    
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    190. [39L-B-L] Firefly squid* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the rock wall sides of the
    Depths, several under each glow. Found day and night.
    
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    191. [39L-B-R] Glass squid* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses)
    Co-ords: B-2E; B-3NE; C-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the rock wall sides of the
    Depths, several under each glow. Found day and night.
    
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    192. [39R-T-L] Galatheid crab* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Southern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: B-3SW; C-3E
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the very bottom of the Depths,
    either as a single large group, or a few paired with Deep-sea blind
    shrimp and/or Venus's flower baskets. Found both day and night.
    
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    193. [39R-T-R] Deep-sea blind shrimp* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses)
    Co-ords: B-2NW; B-3W; C-3E; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows only; they can be seen as one large
    group, alone, or a few paired with Galatheid crabs and/or Venus's
    flower baskets. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    194. [39R-B-L] Sea gooseberry* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-3NW; D-3NE; A-4SE
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found several to a glow,
    on the side of a wall, both day and night.
    Their glows can appear during the main plot.
    
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    195. [39R-B-R] Giant sea spider {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: D-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one glow they're under, and it's found in Osiris'
    Courtyard. As you emerge from the Giant's Lair into the
    Courtyard, look to your left and see the HD-9 sub laying there;
    near the sub is a glow containing this creature (try between the
    sub and wall). It can be found both day and night.
    
    There are either 1 or 2 under this glow; however at times
    another glow creature may replaces the spider(s). If this happens,
    either go back another time, or return to the boat, then re-dive.
    
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    196. [40L-T] Ocean sunfish*
    
      LOCATIONS: Deep Hole, Zahhab Depths, Cavern of the Gods
    Deep Hole: B-3NW
    Depths: B-2E; B-3N (Northern Crevasse)
    CotG: C-3SE
    
      NOTES:
    Deep Hole: The only one there is swimming during the day only.
    Depths: There is only one here; it replaces the oarfish at night only.
    CotG: There is 1 here, in the Altar of Nephthys room, day and night.
    
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    197. [40L-B-L] Opah*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-1N; C-1N; D-1N&SE; D-2E
    
      NOTES:
    There are 2 or 3 here, doing solitary hallway patrol, day and
    night. They do not appear until after the CotG re-opening.
    
    You cannot see any of these until after their cutscene
    introduction, and the cutscene only plays on your first
    daytime dive to the re-opened CotG.
    
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    198. [40L-B-R] Polka-dot ribbonfish*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are 4 of these in the Altar of Osiris room, day
    and night. They can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    199. [40R-T-L] Vampire squid*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Southern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: B-3E; B-4NE; C-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    These float in a very loose group around the area
    of the Southern Cavern, and are also inside it.
    Another group is found in the left Twin Cave (with the
    Gravekeeper). They can be found both day and night.
    
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    200. [40R-T-R] Giant isopod*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Southern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: C-3SW
    
      NOTES:
    A group of these crawl around the bottom
    of the right Twin Cave, both day and night.
    
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    201. [40R-B] Longnose lancetfish*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses)
    Co-ords: C-1SE; B-2N&SE; C-2W; B-3N&SE; C-3NW&SE
    
      NOTES:
    These float slowly around in large, loose groups from around
    210-240 ft [64-73m]. They are REALLY hard to miss as you descend;
    no matter how fast you go down, you are almost always bound to run
    into at least one group. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    202. [41L-T] Megamouth shark*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (both Crevasses)
    Co-ords: B-2NE; C-2W; B-3NE; C-3W&SE
    
      NOTES:
    There are three of these on patrol in the Depths, in both Crevasses.
    In the Northern Crevasse, one patrols in a circuit near the mouth of
    the Northern Cavern, around 315 ft [96m]. In the Southern
    Crevasse, one patrols around the cavern's bend to the south.
    They look ferocious, but are not dangerous. Found day and night.
    
    There is a 3rd one in the Depths, in the Northern Crevasse.
    The first time you see it is in a cutscene, where it swims through
    the Secret Passage; after that it patrols a small area below the
    one near the Northern Cavern.
    
    You will NOT see any of these until you swim through the Secret
    Passage after the main plot part here is over; it seems the cutscene
    here triggers them being available.
    
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    203. [41L-B] Goblin shark
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2SW; B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    This has to be THE ugliest creature in the game (minus the Asian
    sheepshead wrasse). 2 of these patrol the Pillars of Shadow at night;
    they are the same ones, along with the Okeanos' Guardian, that
    you have to deal with during the main plot. They are dangerous,
    and if you can't get their info during the plot, you will likely have
    to go back and get it at some point.
    They swim among the coelacanths, so keep your eyes peeled for
    their larger shapes among the medium ones.
    
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    204. [41R-T] Frilled shark*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: D-1NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are 3 of these that swim above the snailfish, night
    only. They do not appear until after you re-open the CotG.
    
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    205. [41R-B] Bluntnose sixgill shark*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Southern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: C-3NW&S
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one of these, and it swims in a circuit around
    the Twin Caves entrances, slightly above them, around 465 ft [142m].
    It is dangerous, and you may have to pulsar it at least once to get
    into the Twin Caves. It can be found both day and night.
    
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    206. [42L-T] Oarfish (EU: Giant oarfish)*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: B-2E
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one of these, and it swims in a slow circuit around
    420 ft [128m]. It only appears in the daytime; at night it is
    replaced by the Ocean sunfish.
    
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    207. [42L-B] Giant siphonophore*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Southern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: C-2SW; B-3NE&S; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    There are two of these, and they swim in a slow circuit not
    only around, but from a shallower depth to a deeper one
    (from 415-510 ft [126-155m]), day and night.
    
    One stays near the bend, the other stays in the larger, more
    open area, both, though, are in the Southern Crevasse.
    
    I could only get the cutscene that introduces you to these creatures
    at night, although they CAN be found afterwards day and night.
    You will NOT be able to find them until you get the cutscene.
    
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    208. [42R] Giant squid*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Northern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: B-2NE; C-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    There is only one of these, and it swims in a slow,
    shallow-to-deep circuit, and back again, from about 255-455 ft
    [78-139m], both day and night.
    You will first see it as part of the main plot, and will not be able to
    get its info then; when you see it swim in its circuit you can focus
    on it. You may, at certain times, see it in another type of scene
    again fighting with the sperm whale, and will not be able to focus
    on it until you go back to the boat, then return.
    
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    ===SHORE LIFE [SHL]===
    
    This section has 34 entries, and goes from pages 43-49 (inclusive).
    
    Some of these are found both on land and in the sea; others are
    only found on land.
    
    Most of the Weddell Sea penguins stay on land at night, but
    may appear on land and in the water by day.
    
    Most of the flying birds appear in the daytime only.
    
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    209. [43L-T] Emperor penguin*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-2S; A-3; B-3NW (land), B-3SE; A-4NE, A-4SW (land);
                   B-4NW; D-4SE (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in large, loose groups scattered among other
    penguins and seals, about 15-20 ft [5-6m] deep, daytime only.
    
    Land: They stay either in one large group, or break up into several
    smaller groups. They can either be the only penguin group on the
    land area, or be with other types of penguins, day and night.
    
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    210. [43L-B-L] Gentoo penguin*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-4SW; C-4SE; D-4S (SE=land)
    
      NOTES:
    These roam in small, loose groups scattered among other penguins
    and seals, very shallow waters, daytime only. They seem to not
    appear on land at all, unlike most other penguins.
    
    During not so good, and bad weather, they CAN
    appear on land at D-4SE, among the other penguins there.
    
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    211. [43L-B-R] Adelie penguin*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: C-2NE; C-3S; C-4; D-4NW&SE (SE=land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered among other
    penguins and seals, very shallow waters, daytime only.
    
    Land: They stay in a loose group, usually can be found with
    other penguin types, both day and night here.
    
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    212. [43R-T-L] Rockhopper penguin
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-4SW (land); C-4SE; D-4S (SE=land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered among other
    penguins and seals, very shallow waters, daytime only.
    
    Land: They stay in a loose group, usually can be found with
    other penguin types, both day and night here.
    
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    213. [43R-T-R] African penguin*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: C-4NE; D-4NW; A-4SW (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered among other
    penguins and seals, very shallow waters, daytime only.
    
    Land: They stay in a loose group, usually can be found with
    other penguin types, both day and night here.
    
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    214. [43R-B-L] Chinstrap penguin
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-3N&SW; A-4SW (land); D-4SE (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered among other
    penguins and seals, very shallow waters, daytime only.
    
    Land: They stay in a loose group, usually can be found with
    other penguin types, both day and night here.
    
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    215. [43R-B-R] Little penguin
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: G-5; H-1 (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: They can only be found in a small group, daytime only.
    Land: They can be found scattered over the island, day and night.
    
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    216. [44L-T] Cape fur seal
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-1NW (land), A-1SE; B-1; C-1NE&S; D-1W
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered
    among other penguins and seals, in very shallow waters.
    
    Land: They stay in a loose group, sometimes can be found with
    other seal types. They can be found day and night in both areas.
    
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    217. [44L-B] Antarctic fur seal
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-1NW (land); C-1NW; D-1NW; C-3SE; D-3W; D-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered
    among other penguins and seals, in very shallow waters.
    
    Land: They stay in a loose group, sometimes can be found with
    other seal types. They can be found day and night in both areas.
    
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    218. [44R-T] California sea lion
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D-1 (land); D&E-4
    
      NOTES:
    Water/land: these can be found in a small group, day and night.
    
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    219. [44R-B] South American sea lion*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-1NW (land); C-3SE; D-3SW; A-4NE; B-4NW, B-4SE (land);
                   C-4NW&SE; D-4W
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered among other
    penguins and seals, very shallow waters, day and night.
    
    Land: They stay in a small, loose group, day and night.
    
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    220. [45L-T] Steller sea lion
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-1NW (land); D-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    They can be found both day and night:
    in the daytime, a group of these hang out on land, near
    the walruses. At night, they take to the water and stay
    in a group near the area where you dive.
    
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    221. [45L-B] Walrus (male)*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-1NW (land)
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found on land, usually in pairs consisting of
    a male and a female. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    222. [45R-T] Walrus (female)*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-1NW (land)
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found on land, usually in pairs consisting of
    a male and a female. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    223. [45R-B] Southern elephant seal*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: B-4SE (land)
    
      NOTES:
    There are only two of these that stay entirely on land. They usually
    share the land area with a group of seals (usually Weddell).
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    224. [46L-T] Weddell seal*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: D-1SW; B-2NW; D-2; C-3SE; D-3N; B-4SE (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered
    among other penguins and seals, in very shallow waters.
    
    Land: A small group can be found near the Southern elephant
    seals. They can be found day and night in both areas.
    
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    225. [46L-B] Leopard seal
    
      LOCATIONS: Weddell Sea and Iceberg Cavern
    Weddell: A-1SE; D-1SE (land); A-2NE&SW; B-2NW; A-3SW
    Iceberg Cavern: C-2SE; B-3NE; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Weddell: Water: These roam in small, loose groups scattered
    among other penguins and seals, very shallow waters.
    Land: They stay in a loose group, sometimes can be found with
    other seals. They can be found day and night in both areas.
    
    Cavern: There are a pair of these that swim here both day and night.
    
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    226. [46R-T] Bearded seal
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: B-2SW (land); D-3SW; D-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    In the water, these stay in loose groups around 15 ft [5m] deep.
    On land, they stay in loose (possibly family-type) groups.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    227. [46R-B] Spotted seal*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-4NW (land); C-4SW
    
      NOTES:
    Water: Small group swims only in C-4SW, nighttime only.
    Land: Small group on A-4NW land, both day and night.
    
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    228. [47L-T] Ribbon seal
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: D-2NE (land); C-3SE; D-3SW
    
      NOTES:
    Water: Small group swims around areas day and night.
    Land: A small group stays on D-2NE, day and night.
    
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    229. [47L-B] Harp seal
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: C-4SW (both land & water)
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found both on the land and in the water.
    In the water, they swim around the breathing hole at a
    shallow depth. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    230. [47R-T] Mediterranean monk seal
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: G-3 (land); G-4&5 (water)
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found on both land and in water in the daytime;
    but at night, they are only on land. They swim in/near White Cove.
    
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    231. [47R-B] West Indian manatee*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: G-2
    
      NOTES:
    There are just 3 of these slow-moving, large
    creatures, found day and night at Doughnut Reef.
    
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    232. [48L-T-L] Razorbill*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: B-2SW; C-4SW (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: In B-2SW a group of these dive through the water from the
    hole; they stay in the water, and are there in the daytime only.
    Land: They fly in and land on the ice here, one at a time, day only.
    
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    233. [48L-T-R] Short-tailed albatross*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll and Zahhab Region
    Gatama: G-8 (land)
    Zahhab: B-1 (land); B-5
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: These come in to land from the air, one at time,
    although several can be on the ground at once, daytime only.
    Zahhab: Water: several diving for fish. Land: come in to land
    one at a time, may be a few on land at one time, day only.
    
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    234. [48L-B-L] Brown booby
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F-5 (land); G-5
    
      NOTES:
    Water: small group dives for fish. Land: come in singly, scattered
    nests. They can be found in the daytime only in both places.
    
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    235. [48L-B-R] Japanese cormorant
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Zahhab Region
    Gatama: F-5 (land); G-5
    Zahhab: B-1 (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: Water: They can be seen diving into the water for fish;
    Land: come in to land from air, day only both areas.
    Zahhab: These come in to land from the air, one at time,
    although several can be on the ground at once, daytime only.
    
    
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    236. [48R-T-L] White pelican*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B-1 (land)
    
      NOTES:
    These are scattered over the land area here, daytime only.
    
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    237. [48R-T-R] Australian pelican
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F-5 (land)
    
      NOTES:
    These are only seen on the land as scattered singles, day and night.
    
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    238. [48R-B-L] South polar skua
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-1NW (land); B-3NW (land); D-4SE (land)
    
      NOTES:
    These only stay on land. They sometimes perch on icy rocks in the
    background of the land area, behind the other creatures there, but
    they cannot be interacted with. They can only be focused on when
    they land on the ice near the water's edge, daytime only.
    
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    239. [48R-B-R] White-bellied parrot
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: B-3NW (land); C-2SE (land)
    
      NOTES:
    These only come in to land on either one of the 2 islands in the
    middle of the stream. They like to land on one of the branches
    of the fallen tree on each island. They do NOT appear during rain,
    and only show up during the day.
    
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    240. [49L] Polar bear*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: B-2SW (land)
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these, apparently female (that can be seen
    sometimes with young). It can be found both day and night.
    
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    241. [49R-T] Sea otter*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: D-2NE (land, but floating in mid-hole water)
    
      NOTES:
    There are one or two of these floating in the water in mid-breathing
    hole. You have to go ashore to see them. Found both day and night.
    
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    242. [49R-B] Galapagos marine iguana
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: H-1 (land); G-8 (land)
    
      NOTES:
    These appear on land only, several loosely scattered, day and night.
    
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    ===FRESHWATER LIFE [FWL]===
    
    This section has 29 entries, and goes from pages 50-54 (inclusive).
    
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    243. [50L-T-L] Guppy {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: B-3S; B-2W; B-1SE; C-1SE; D-1SW; C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found several to a glow. Although there are
    red and regular (blue), these are not separate in the book, but
    focusing on either one gives you its info. Although normally found
    by themselves, inside the Twilight Temple they can be paired with
    Altum angelfish. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    244. [50L-T-R] Banjo catfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: B-3NE; A-1SE; B-1S
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found 2 or 3 to a glow, normally by
    themselves. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    245. [50L-B-L] Zebra pleco* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: B-3SE
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found 2 or 3 to a glow, by
    themselves. They can be found day and night.
    
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    246. [50L-B-R] Scarlet trimmed pleco {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords:A-4NE; B-4NE; C-4SE; D-3NW; C-3SE; A-3NE; D-2SW; A-2NW; B-1SW
    
      NOTES:
    These are quite large under their glows, so there is only
    about 1 or 2 per glow. They can be found day and night.
    
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    247. [50R-T-L] Marbled piranha {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-4NE; D-3NE; C-3NW; D-2SW; C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found several per glow, day and night.
    
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    248. [50R-T-R] Altum angelfish {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: B-1SE; C-1S; D-1SE; C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are normally found several to a glow. Although usually paired
    with guppies, there is a glow in the Sacred Chamber where they are
    found alone. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    249. [50R-B-L] Redtail catfish
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: B-4NE; C-4SW; A-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    These are found on the river bottom, slowly moving along
    it, and are solitary. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    250. [50R-B-R] Royal panaque
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: C-4NW; B-2SW; A-2SW; C-1NW
    
      NOTES:
    These fish are TINY. They are NOT under glows, but are out in the
    open. The easiest ones to find are 2 (one on each side) next to
    the large log near where the giant otters swim. Look for something
    moving around near the log and focus on it; found day and night.
    
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    251. [51L-T-L] Blue discus (EU: Disc flounder)*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: C-1SE; C-2NE; D-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    These fish swim in a large, loose group above the Sacrificial Well;
    they can mix with groups of Green terrors and Pink-tailed chalceus.
    They usually float above the other 2 groups of fish, day and night.
    
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    252. [51L-T-R] Green terror
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: C-1S; C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    These float in small, loose groups above the Sacrificial Well; they
    can mix with groups of Blue discus and Pink-tailed chalceus.
    They can be found both day and night. 
    
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    253. [51L-B-L] Pink-tailed chalceus
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: C-1S; D-1SW; C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    They float in small, loose groups above the Sacrificial Well; they
    can mix with groups of Blue discus and Green terrors.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    254. [51L-B-R] Butterfly peacock bass
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: D-4SW; C-4S; B-4E; B-3SE; C-3SW; D-2S; C-2S; B-2S; B-3NW;
                   A-3N; A-2; A-1SE; B-1S
    
      NOTES:
    These are found just about everywhere throughout the Midstream
    area. They're really hard to miss; they swim in medium, loose
    groups all over the map. They can be found day and night.
    
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    255. [51R-T-L] Red piranha (EU: Red-bellied piranha)*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: C-3S; D-3W
    
      NOTES:
    These fish are impossible to avoid when you dive at the first diving
    spot; they float in large, loose groups throughout the Perilous
    Waters area. There are no other kinds of fish where they swim
    (Gee, I wonder WHY?!). They are dangerous until you feed each
    small group, then you should be able to focus on one without a
    problem. They can be found both day and night.
    
    You also CAN try to sneak by them, if you want to. Simply feed
    the first groups you come to, then head for the right bank of the
    river. Make that bank your new best friend and DON'T look away
    from it! Then follow the bank around until you leave the Perilous
    Waters area (you'll notice caimans appearing, and that is your
    indication you're safely out of the Piranhas area.) DO NOT LOOK
    AWAY FROM THE RIGHT RIVERBANK AS YOU SWIM! It seems
    if you can't see the piranhas, they don't bother you.
    
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    256. [51R-T-R] Tambaqui
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-4NE; B-4NE; B-2NW&SE; A-2SW; A-1SE; B-1SW; C-1NW
    
      NOTES:
    These swim solitarily, mixed among other fish, day and night.
    
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    257. [51R-B] Electric eel*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-1SE; B-1S
    
      NOTES:
    These swim as solitary creatures throughout the Mangrove Maze;
    They are dangerous, and about the only way to get them to back off
    is to continuously blow the sea whistle (and even that does not help
    much). They are really hard to avoid, but swimming carefully through
    the Maze helps some.
    
    Make sure you stay away from their head; it seems this is where you
    get hit from if you swim near them.
    
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    258. [52L-T] Black arowana
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: B-3SW; A-2SE; B-2W; B-1S
    
      NOTES:
    These swim slowly as solitary creatures in King Amaru's
    Aqueduct. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    259. [52L-B-L] Black arowana (young) {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: B-3SW; A-2SE; B-2W; B-1S
    
      NOTES:
    These usually have 2 or more per glow, day and night.
    
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    260. [52L-B-R] Tiger-striped catfish
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-4NE; B-4NE; C-4S; D-2SW; A-1SE
    
      NOTES:
    These sit on the river bottom, and only really move when you pass
    over them. They are solitary, and can be found both day and night.
    
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    261. [52R-T] Silver arowana*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: D-2NW; C-2S; B-2SE; B-3NE; A-3NE; A-2NW; A-1SE; B-1S; C-1NW
    
      NOTES:
    These slowly swim by themselves, or among
    other fish. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    262. [52R-B-L] Paradoxical frog (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: B-4NE; B-2SE; A-2SE; C-1SW
    
      NOTES:
    These odd-looking fish are usually found 2 or more
    to a glow. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    263. [52R-B-R] White-blotched river stingray (EU: Polkadot stingray)*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: C-4SW; B-4NE; B-3SE; A-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    These slowly move along the river bottom, in a solitary,
    small circular pattern. They can be found day and night.
    
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    264. [53L-T] Alligator gar*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: C-4NW&S
    
      NOTES:
    There are only 2 or 3 of these, and they slowly swim
    around near the first diving spot (at the map's bottom).
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    265. [53L-B-L] Bicuda
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: C-4NW; B-3NW&S
    
      NOTES:
    There are about 6 or 7 of these, and they slowly swim in the
    area above and in front of the Temple entrance, day and night.
    
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    266. [53R-T] Arapaima (EU: Giant arapaima)*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-2N&SW; A-1SE; B-1S
    
      NOTES:
    There are only about 4 or 5 of these, and they slowly move through
    the Mangrove Maze and the area in front of it. They're really,
    REALLY large and hard to miss. They can be found day and night.
    
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    267. [53R-B] Dorado
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: D-1SE; D-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are only 7 of these fish, and they all slowly swim around the
    Sacred Chamber (the room inside the Twilight Temple where you
    found something in the main plot). They are there day and night.
    
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    268. [54L-T] Piraiba catfish*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these, and it swims around in the "bowl" shaped
    area in front of the Twilight Temple entrance. After it becomes the
    Golden Catfish you may not be able to get the info for the "normal"
    fish, so make sure to get all the info and trivia before it changes.
    Although at random times it MAY change back, it's not currently
    known what causes the change; it's found here day and night.
    
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    269. [54L-B] Giant otter
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: C-2SE (land); A-3NW; A-2S
    
      NOTES:
    These swim as a loose group around the fallen log in the middle of
    the stream. They also appear on one of the islands in midstream,
    even in the rain (C-2SE); found in both areas day and night.
    
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    270. [54R-T] Spectacled caiman*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-4E; D-2W; C-2; B-2S; B-3N&SE; A-2SE
    
      NOTES:
    These swim around the 2 islands in the middle of the stream, and
    also appear on one of the islands (the opposite island than the one
    the Giant otters occupy). Those with young (in water) are dangerous,
    but the ones alone are not. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    271. [54R-B] Amazonian manatee
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-4
    
      NOTES:
    These only swim in Queen's Lake, which you can only get access
    to it after you reach a certain point in the "Be the Best Trainer"
    quest. They are there both day and night.
    
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    ===OTHER FAUNA [OTF]===
    
    This section has 81 entries, and goes from pages 55-81 (inclusive).
    
    At the game's start, the book will only show 78 pages; the last
    3 pages, with certain legendaries, will show up after you find
    those legendaries and get their info.
    
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    272. [55L-T-L] Orange sea slug* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: C-5; G-6; B-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under sandy glows on the ocean floor; either alone
    or with another Orange sea slug, or even paired with a Sea star.
    They can be found both day and night, although they seem to be
    more easily found in the daytime.
    
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    273. [55L-T-R] Orange and black sea slug* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: A-2SE; B-3NW&S; B-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually flound under coral glows; they can be either
    alone or paired with another of their kind, or even with another
    fish; they are only found outside of Deep Hole, not in it.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
    Occasionally these CAN be found inside Deep Hole;
    usually in Deep Dome, the deepest part of Deep Hole.
    
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    274. [55L-B-L] Festive sea slug (EU: Festival sea slug)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: E-1
    
      NOTES:
    This can be found under a glow on the sandy ocean floor; most
    of the time alone, but rarely another creature(s) shares the glow.
    It can be found both day and night.
    
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    275. [55L-B-R] Spotted white sea slug* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C-5; G-8
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under a glow on the sandy ocean floor. It may be
    easier to find the one in Amphitrite's Sanctuary (C-5), than the
    one in G-8, as the G-8 one is close to the great white sharks.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    276. [55R-T-L] Striped white sea slug {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-1NE; D-1NE; C-1SE; B-2SW; C-2E; B-3NW; C-3NW; D-3NE;
                   A-4SW; D-4SE
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows, either 1 or 2 by themselves, or can
    be paired with 1 or more Cinderella sea slugs, day and night.
    Their glows may appear during the main plot.
    
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    277. [55R-T-R] Cinderella sea slug {G}
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2NW&S; C-2SE; B-3NW; D-3NE; D-4SE
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows, either 1 or 2 by themselves, or can
    be paired with 1 or more Striped white sea slugs, day and night.
    Their glows may appear during the main plot.
    
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    278. [55R-B-L] Strigate chromodoris* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: F-4; H-5
    
      NOTES:
    These can be found under a glow on the sandy ocean floor.
    They can be alone or with another creature(s), day and night.
    
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    279. [55R-B-R] Luminescent sea slug {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-4NW; B-4NE; A-3SE; B-3SW
    
      NOTES:
    These are found 2 or 3 to a glow, day and night.
    
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    280. [56L-T-L] Parade-float sea slug {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D-5; G&H-6; B-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the sandy ocean floor; I have only
    found these at night, as they mostly overlap the Orange sea slug's
    territory, and the Orange sea slug is more common during the day.
    
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    281. [56L-T-R] Venus's flower basket (EU: Venus flower basket)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Southern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: B-3SW; C-3E
    
      NOTES:
    These are under a glow, either alone or with another of its kind,
    and usually paired with Galatheid crabs and/or Deep-sea blind shrimp;
    only on the Depths bottom. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    282. [56L-B-L] Branched sea slug {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under a glow in only one area-in front of the
    door leading to the first room with luna lionfish (right near
    the 3 Sea robins [EU: Red gurnards]), usually only 2 of them.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    283. [56L-B-R] Berthella aurantiaca {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: C-2NE
    
      NOTES:
    This is found under only one glow spot-in the middle of the
    Underwater Gallery. There are 2 Cardinal fish with it. There is
    only one of these. It may crawl behind the scenery or be hidden
    by the much larger Cardinal fish; just wait until you see a tiny
    orangeish slug, and then you've found it. It's there day and night.
    
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    284. [56R-T] Leafy seadragon* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-2NE; C-2N
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows in the kelp in the Kelp Tunnel;
    there are usually about 2 or 3 per glow, day and night.
    
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    285. [56R-B] Weedy seadragon* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-5
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows in the eelgrass, day and night.
    
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    286. [57L-T-L] Pygmy seahorse* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D-6; A-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found under the "soft red coral" glows
    over the edge of Blue Cliff, although they can also be found
    in coral glows in D-6. They can be found both day and night.
    They are TINY and really hard to see; they look like dots
    floating around the coral.
    
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    287. [57L-T-R] Crowned seahorse* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: A-1; B-1, 2, 3
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found under coral glows; either 1 or 2 of them,
    usually along with other creature(s); found day and night.
    
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    288. [57L-B-L] Spotted garden eel* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B&D-6; E-3&4
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under glows, several per glow, usually paired
    with a Black garden eel. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    289. [57L-B-R] Black garden eel {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: B&D-6; E-3&4
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under glows, usually just 1 paired with several
    Spotted garden eels. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    290. [57R-T-L] Crystal jelly (EU: Belt jellyfish)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3W
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows in the middle and lowest
    level of Deep Hole. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    291. [57R-T-R] Mauve stinger* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: B-2NE; D-2NE; C-3NW; D-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found under glows, usually just one along with
    another creature(s). They can be found both day and night.
    
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    292. [57R-B-L] Turritopsis nutricula {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: A-2SE; D-2SE; C-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows, usually there are several of them;
    they are VERY small and nearly transparent, so look closely.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    293. [57R-B-R] Moon jellyfish*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C&E-2; B&D-3; G-8
    
      NOTES:
    These float in large, shallow groups over coral, mainly in the
    daytime. At night, there are a couple of them that float
    somewhat near the wreck of the Flamingo (at C-2).
    
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    294. [58L-T] Nomura's jellyfish*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: C-2SE
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these, and it floats in the Pillars of Light,
    around a depth of 60 ft [18m]. It normally stays right
    around the Celestial Mausoleum door, day and night.
    It can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    295. [58L-B-L] Red stingray*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait, Valka Castle, and Zahhab Region
    Ciceros: F, G, H-1; F, G, H-8
    Valka: B-2NW; B-3NW
    Zahhab: E-3; D-4
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: In loose groups on the sandy ocean floor, day and night.
    Valka: There are a couple in a few rooms here, day and night.
    Zahhab: Several of these move over the sandy ocean floor,
    in small, solitary circuits, both day and night.
    
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    296. [58L-B-R] Leopard whipray*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: C-5; D-3&4
    
      NOTES:
    There are a few of these, making solitary circuits around the
    sandy ocean floor. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    297. [58R-T-L] Marbled ray (EU: Blotched fantail ray)*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D&F-2; B-3; D-4; C&G-5; C, D, E-6; E&G-7; E-8
    
      NOTES:
    These are solitary creatures, usually seen moving around
    the ocean floor. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    298. [58R-T-R] Cowtail stingray*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: H-6; G-8
    
      NOTES:
    These stay in a loose group on the sandy ocean floor, daytime only.
    
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    299. [58R-B-L] Blue-spotted ribbontail ray*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait, Valka Castle, and Cavern of the Gods
    Ciceros: G-1; A-5; G&H-8
    Valka: A-2NE
    Cavern of the Gods: C-3SE; C-4S; D-4SW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: They move around on the sandy ocean floor, daytime only.
    Valka: They are found in the first luna lionfish room, day and night.
    CotG: There are 3 of these doing small circles in the hallway outside
    of the Altar of Nephthys room, and 1 inside, both day and night.
    They only appear here after the CotG re-opening.
    
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    300. [58L-B-R] Monkfish (EU: Japanese anglerfish)*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: H-1; G-6; C&D-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are solitary, and rest on the sandy ocean floor. Although
    they can be found both day and night, in the Triton Village Ruins
    (C&D-7) they are only there during the day.
    
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    301. [59L-T-L] Broadclub cuttlefish*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D-5; G-6&7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found in a small group that slowly swims
    over coral. They can be found both day and night.
    Only the young are found in D-5, at a certain time
    (see the listing of the young for more info).
    
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    302. [59L-T-R] Broadclub cuttlefish (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: D-5; G-6&7
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found under glows (unlike the adults).
    You can ONLY find these under green spiky coral glows
    when you get the "spring tides are on their way" and the
    "full moon" message after you look through the telescope
    on Nineball Island. You can then find these in all listed areas,
    including D-5 (the adults do not appear in this area).
    You can find them only then day and night.
    
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    303. [59L-B-L] Bigfin reef squid*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Deep Hole, Cavern of the Gods
    Gatama: F&G-6
    Deep Hole: C-1SE; C-2NE
    Cavern of the Gods: A-1NW
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: They can appear here in the listed areas, only when
    you can find the eggs the females have laid under glows (unknown
    exactly what times, however).
    Deep Hole: They are in the Kelp Tunnel at night only.
    CotG: They hang out in one of the corner rooms, day and night.
    
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    304. [59L-B-R] Bigfin reef squid (young)* {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll, Deep Hole, Cavern of the Gods
    Gatama: F&G-6
    Deep Hole: C-1SE; C-2NE
    CotG: A-1NW
    
      NOTES:
    These can only be found at Gatama, but since they share the
    listing with their adult versions, have the other areas listed too.
    They can ONLY be found when you get the "spring tides on the
    way" and the "full moon"message after looking through the
    telescope. They are found under Red whip coral glows, day and night.
    
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    305. [59R-T-L] Common octopus*
    
      LOCATIONS: Ciceros Strait and Valka Castle
    Ciceros: C&D-1&3; C-5; E-6; H-7
    Valka: A-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    Ciceros: These are solitary, and appear near or on shipwrecks.
    Valka: There are only 2 here, at the bottom of the Spiral Tower.
    They can be found both day and night in both areas.
    
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    306. [59R-T-R] Crown-of-thorns starfish*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E-1; D&E-3
    
      NOTES:
    These rest as solitary creatures on the coral. They blend in really,
    REALLY well with the coral, and are very hard to see at first. They
    have green "arms" that wave around, and red bodies. The
    easiest one to find may be the one at the end of the Long Fissure
    (E-1). Go to the very end of the Fissure, and look left; slowly
    turn and go close to the end of the coral, near the sandy area.
    The starfish should be around there. These are found daytime only.
    
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    307. [59R-B-L] Sea star {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Deep Hole
    Gatama: G-6; B-7
    Deep Hole: B-2S; A-3NE; C-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: Under sandy ocean floor glows, usually paired with an
    Orange sea slug, mostly at night; although rarely found daytime too.
    Deep Hole: Under sandy ocean floor glows, outside of Hole, alone
    or with other creature(s), day and night.
    
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    308. [59R-B-R] Blue sea star* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: D&E-2; C&D-4
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under a sandy glow, only 1 per glow. They can be
    alone, or with other creatures. They share glows spots with the
    rarer Spotted box crab, and you will likely get sick of seeing them
    instead of the crab. There are some of these used as markers in
    the sand near the area where you go ashore; these are only for
    the Save the Aquarium quest, and cannot be interacted with.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    309. [60L-T-L] Randall's pistol shrimp* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E&F-6; D-7
    
      NOTES:
    These are found under glows on the sandy ocean floor.
    They live in holes, paired with a type of goby as a "guard".
    They slowly raise their bodies up and down, so you may
    have to change your viewing angle to see them properly.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    310. [60L-T-R] Goby shrimp* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C, D, E-4; G-6
    
      NOTES:
    These are under sandy ocean floor glows. They live inside a hole
    in the bottom, paired with a Singapore prawn goby. They continually
    raise up and down, so either change the viewing angle, or wait until
    they raise up to see them. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    311. [60L-B-L] Ornate spiny lobster*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: E-1; C-4
    
      NOTES:
    There only seem to be 2 of these; one in each area. They
    are a little hard to see at first; they rest on the coral and
    blend in with it. The one in E-1 rests near the very tip of
    the Long Fissure. They are found in the daytime only.
    
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    312. [60L-B-R] Japanese horseshoe crab*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-1SW; C-1SE
    
      NOTES:
    These rest on the walls as a group in the stairways leading
    down to the Altar of Osiris and Horus rooms. There are usually
    1 or 2 on the stairs themselves. They are there day and night.
    These can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    313. [60R-T-L] Red-streaked box crab {G}
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: B-4; H-6
    
      NOTES:
    These live as solitary creatures under a sandy glow.
    The easiest one to find is the one on the path to the Private
    Reef in H-6. They can be found both day and night.
    
    At times the glow in H-6 at night may hold a Parade-float
    sea slug and/or a Bicolor angelfish instead of this creature.
    
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    314. [60L-T-R] Spotted box crab {G}
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: D-2; C-4
    
      NOTES:
    These appear under sandy glows, just 1 per glow, usually alone.
    Blue sea stars share these glow spots, and you will likely see a
    lot of sea stars before finding a crab. They are found daytime only.
    
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    315. [60L-B] Japanese spider crab
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2SW; B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    There are 2 of these, and they rest on the bottom of the
    Subterranean Reception Room around 290 ft [88m] deep.
    They can be found both day and night.
    They can be seen during the main plot.
    
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    316. [61L-T] Ribbon moray (EU: Ribbon eel)
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3SE
    
      NOTES:
    There is only 1 of these; it lives at the bottom of
    the Serpent's Lair, an area off the 2nd level of Deep
    Hole. It can be found there both day and night.
    
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    317. [61L-B-L] Kidako moray*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C-1&3; E-4
    
      NOTES:
    These are solitary, and live in or near shipwrecks. They
    blend in really well with the wood of the shipwreck, and may
    be hard to see. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    318. [61L-B-R] Bering wolffish*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: A-1NE; C-4SW
    
      NOTES:
    These only appear in a small, loose group laying on the floor
    in the hallway, near the debris blocked areas. They appear
    at night only. Part of their body may be hidden by the debris,
    so they may appear to be half "eaten" by the wall.
    They do not appear until after you re-open the CotG.
    
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    319. [61R-T] Leatherback turtle*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: F-7, G-8 (land)
    
      NOTES:
    Water: There is 1 that swims around F-7, day and night.
    Land: There is 1 that appears on land, night only; it replaces
    the Pelago (EU: Paoul) crocodile that's there in the daytime.
    
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    320. [61R-B] Green sea turtle*
    
      LOCATIONS: Gatama Atoll and Zahhab Region
    Gatama: F&G-4; C, D, E-5; B&C-6
    Zahhab: B-1 (land); D&E-2; E-3; D-4&5
    
      NOTES:
    Gatama: These are slow and solitary; found day and night.
    Zahhab: They swim in a small, loose group day and night;
    they appear on land at night only.
    
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    321. [62L-T] Sea angel* {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: North Coast of Canada, Weddell Sea, and Iceberg Cavern
    Canada: C-1SE; B-2NE; A-2SE; B-2SW
    Weddell: C-2E; B-4NE; D-4SE
    Iceberg Cavern: B-2NE&S; C-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    For all areas: these are usually found under a glow, several
    per glow. They are really small, so look carefully.
    They can be found both day and night in all areas.
    
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    322. [62L-B-L] Sea butterfly {G}
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: B-1SW; C-1SW; D-2SE; D-3NW; B-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found under glows, in a loose group.
    They are REALLY tiny and hard to see, so look carefully.
    They can be found both day and night.
    
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    323. [62L-B-R] Hydromyles globulosa {G}
    
      LOCATIONS: Weddell Sea and Iceberg Cavern
    Weddell: A-1SW; D-3NW
    Iceberg Cavern: B-2NE&S; B-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    For both areas: These are really tiny, maybe even smaller than the
    sea angels (if that's possible), so look closely. There are usually
    several to a glow. They can be found day and night in both areas.
    
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    <<< R I G H T  S I D E >>>
    
    
    324. [62R-T-L] Antarctic krill {G}
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: B-4NE; D-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    There are only a few glows these are under. They usually
    swim as a large, tight shoal under the glows, day and night.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    325. [62R-T-R] Mertensia ovum {G}
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: B-1SW; C-1SW; D-2SE; D-3NW; B-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    These are only found under glows, usually only one
    per glow. They can be found both day and night.
    
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    326. [62R-B] Atlantic spiny lumpsucker {G}
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: A-1NW; D-2NE; D-3SW; A-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    These are usually found 1-3 per glow, day and night.
    
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    This is not counted as a separate section in the book,
    but I have separated them here for convenience.
    
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    ===P A G E  63===
    
    <<< L E F T  S I D E >>>
    
    
    327. [63L] Ice Cupid* {G}
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: B-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    This special sea angel can be found with other sea angels; you will
    notice it's quite a bit larger than the others. There is no special
    condition, other than having Oceana with you, to finding it.
    It is there both day and night.
    
    Depending on whether your diver is male or female, you
    will get slightly different text from Jean-Eric when you focus on it.
    For a female diver, you get a small story about a legend about
    "true love" surrounding this legendary; for a male diver, Jean-Eric
    tells you he won't "bore" you with its story, but he thinks of you
    as a "big brother" to Oceana.
    
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    <<< R I G H T  S I D E >>>
    
    
    328. [63R] Ailouros Pearl* {G}
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: B-3NE
    
      NOTES:
    This gorgeous crab can be found under a glow near the front of
    the throne in the Mermaid's Ballroom. There are no special
    conditions for finding it there, other than to have Oceana with you.
    It can be found there both day and night.
    
    It does not seem to appear until after the plot part dealing
    with the Castle is over. You also may not always need Oceana with
    you to find its glow. I have found it alone, and with Hayako and GG.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  6 4===
    
    <<< B O T H  S I D E S >>>
    
    
    329. [64-T] Grave Keeper*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Depths (Southern Crevasse)
    Co-ords: C-4NW
    
      NOTES:
    You won't be able to find this legendary until you get the special
    request called "The Grave Keeper" in your black book. After you do,
    dive with Oceana in the Depths and go to the Twin Caves.
    First go into the right cave and focus on a giant isopod, then go
    into the left cave and lure out the Grave Keeper with food.
    Afterwards it will still be in there both day and night.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    330. [64-B] Gungnir*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: G&H-1
    
      NOTES:
    This large, colorful sailfish swims so fast it's hard to focus on.
    Just try to sit there and feed the other sailfish in the area, and
    then it comes in for some food too. It is only there in the
    daytime, and there are no special conditions to find it.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  6 5===
    
    <<< L E FT  S I D E >>>
    
    
    331. [65L] Phantom*
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: B-2SE; C-2S; D-2SW; B-3NE; C-3N; D-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    After getting the Special Request named "The Ghost of Valka
    Castle", dive with Oceana at Valka Castle, at night, and follow
    the cutscenes. It swims around the Mermaid's Ballroom, night only.
    The special request will not appear until after the main plot.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    <<< R I G H T  S I D E >>>
    
    
    332. [65R] Apollo*
    
      LOCATION: Deep Hole
    Co-ords: B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    This legendary is found at night, and replaces the regular ocean
    sunfish that swims in Deep Hole in the daytime. It ONLY appears
    at night. There are no special conditions to fulfill to find it.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  6 6===
    
    <<< B O T H  S I D E S >>>
    
    
    333. [66-T] Lady Dorthea (EU: Divine Gift)*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: C, D, E-1
    
      NOTES:
    This colorful large sturgeon swims near the sandy ocean floor
    bottom (110 ft [34m]) in a circuitous route, daytime only. Try
    to stay out of C-1, as the great white sharks hang out there.
    There are no special conditions needed for this legendary.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    334. [66-B] Golden Catfish*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    After you find the Servant's Ring, the Piraiba catfish in Cortica
    River, Upstream "basin" in front of the Temple will want the
    item. After you give it, you can leave. Upon returning later,
    it has changed into this legendary. Normally, whenever you
    return to the area after that, the legendary should be there.
    At random times it does seem to change back into the normal
    catfish it was before, though.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  6 7===
    
    <<< B O T H  S I D E S >>>
    
    
    335. [67-T] Pelago crocodile (EU: Paoul crocodile)*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: G-8 (land)
    
      NOTES:
    After you follow the instructions for the Special Request
    called "Mysterious Object" and find this legendary, you can
    see it just about anytime here in the daytime only.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    336. [67-B] King Gigide*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Upstream
    Co-ords: C-1S; D-1S; C-2N; D-2N
    
      NOTES:
    After you find the caiman relic in the Zahhab Region, and use it to
    trigger King Gigide, you will be able to see him swimming around the
    Temple's stone columns/pavement area, and into, then back out of,
    the Sacred Chamber, both day and night.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  6 8===
    
    <<< B O T H  S I D E S >>>
    
    
    337. [68-T] Mama Cortica*
    
      LOCATION: Cortica River, Midstream
    Co-ords: A-4NE
    
      NOTES:
    After you trigger the "Mother of Cortica" special request and find
    Mama Cortica in the Queen's Lake, you can see her again in the
    Lake whenever it rains, both day and night.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    338. [68-B] Leo (EU: Arthur)*
    
      LOCATION: Iceberg Cavern
    Co-ords: B-2SE
    
      NOTES:
    You won't be able to see this legendary until you get the special
    request named "Strange Animal in Antarctica" in your black book.
    When you do, go to the Weddell Sea and follow the instructions.
    Afterwards, Leo stays in the Iceberg Cavern, and just swims
    in a leisurely fashion through most of the area, day and night.
    The special request does not appear until after the main plot.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  6 9===
    
    <<< L E F T  S I D E  >>>
    
    
    339. [69L] Snowball (EU: Snowy)*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-4NW (land)
    
      NOTES:
    After you complete the "Fragments of Memory" quest, you will
    get a special request in your book named "Research Subject".
    Follow the instructions to find Snowball. Afterwards, anytime
    there's a bad snowstorm, you should be able to go to the same
    co-ordinates and see her again. She appears day and night.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    <<< R I G H T  S I D E >>>
    
    
    340. [69R] Big Bobby*
    
      LOCATION: Weddell Sea
    Co-ords: A-4NW (land)
    
      NOTES:
    After part 3 of the "Help Me" quest, you can see this legendary on
    land both day and night, among the other Emperor penguins. He'll
    be easy to spot, as he is quite a bit larger than the other penguins.
    During a snowstorm, he disappears, though, and Snowball appears.
    
    Right after you heal him in part 3 of the "Help Me"
    quest, you CAN get his info then; focus on him, then choose
    to poke him, as he won't take food in a pulsared state.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  70===
    
    
    341. [70] Kraken Jr.*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: A-3SE; B-3S
    
      NOTES:
    After you re-open the Cavern of the Gods, go into the Altar of
    Isis room. (This is the room where you emerge from the Secret
    Passage in the Subterranean Reception Room.) Look UP, near the
    ceiling. Focus on the small giant squid you see swimming around
    there. You've found Kraken Jr.! Isn't he CUTE?! He is there
    both day and night. Daytime he mainly swims near the door,
    at night he swims through more of the room. He does NOT appear
    until after you re-open the CotG.
    
    (The location given on the map in the book does NOT account for
    depth. Most people automatically search the Pillars of Shadow room;
    I did, on dives for several days, to no avail. When I was on a salvage
    run I just happened to look up in the Isis room, and there he was! So
    hopefully you won't waste a long time looking for him like I did.)
    
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    ===P A G E  7 1===
    
    
    342. [71] Living Fossil (EU: Emperor)*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2SW
    
      NOTES:
    There is no special trick to finding this legendary. It swims among
    the other coelacanths in the Pillars of Shadow, around a depth
    of 50 ft [15m], day and night. At least I assume it's there at
    night; the Goblin sharks and the Okeanos' Guardian chased me out
    before I could tell if the one I was looking at was the legendary.
    It's safer to go find it during the day. *Nods*
    
    After several night trips to the CotG, I pulsared the mean ol' sharks
    and went looking for this legendary. I could not find it, even after
    focusing on every regular coelacanth in the room. So it appears
    to only be a daytime legendary.
    
    This will not appear until after you re-open the CotG.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  7 2===
    
    
    343. [72] Cacao Maharaja (EU: Cocoa Maharaja)*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: E-4; D&E-5
    
      NOTES:
    After following the instructions for the Special Request called
    "Floating Island", you can see this legendary in the daytime only.
    However, the special request that leads to this legendary can
    also be done at night.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  7 3===
    
    
    344. [73] Thanatos*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: H-6&7
    
      NOTES:
    During the main plot you are introduced to this huge, ferocious
    legendary in the Triton Village Ruins. The pulsar does NO good
    against him, as you quickly find out. So if you didn't manage to
    dodge his dangerous attacks and get the info and trivia then,
    afterwards he swims around the Emerald Lady wreck, around a
    depth of 75 ft [23m]. Make sure you have a large tank with lots
    of air if you do go looking for him, he takes 2 bars of air each
    time he hits you!
    Although you can see him swimming by the windows outside
    of Valka Castle, you cannot interact with him there.
    
    (For those with the first game: he looks just like the Magu
    Tapah, doesn't he? Maybe they used that same model for him.
    Although this time it's not as much fun to poke him!)
    
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    ===P A G E  7 4===
    
    
    345. [74] Black Harbinger*
    
      LOCATION: Gatama Atoll
    Co-ords: C&D-6&7
    
      NOTES:
    Buy and use the telescope out to sea in the daytime; you may
    get a message about a "dark shadow" out there. Dive at Gatama
    at night, and this legendary should have replaced the regular
    humpback whale and calf usually swimming around in the
    Spring Garden area. Afterwards, it will show up during the
    New Moon phase (lasts 3 days/nights), day and night.
    
    -------------------------------------------------
    
    ===P A G E  7 5===
    
    
    346. [75] Leviathan*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: F-4, 5, 6, 7
    
      NOTES:
    This legendary appears daytime only, swimming in a slow circuit
    through its listed area, around a depth of 90-110 ft [27-34m].
    
    To find him easily, go into the mouth of the Cavern of
    the Sun and park there for awhile; eventually he'll swim by.
    
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    ===P A G E  7 6===
    
    
    347. [76] Ancient Mother (EU: White Mother)*
    
      LOCATION: North Coast of Canada
    Co-ords: B-1NE&S; C-1N; D-1W; A-2E; B-2NW; C-2NE&S; D-2N; A-3E;
                   B-3NE&S; C-3N&SE; D-3E; B-4N&SE; C-4NE&S; D-4N&SW
    
      NOTES:
    After the end of the main plot, you may find a whale ornament on
    your island beach; it leads you to find this legendary in the Arctic
    Ocean. After you see it near the Ice Mosiac area, you can find her
    again, swimming in a large, slow circuitous route in the areas listed.
    She usually swims around a depth of 45 ft [14m], both day and night.
    
    Finding the whale ornament may depend on finding and clicking on
    all the whales in the Marine Encyclopedia (in the dolphin/whale
    section of the book).
    
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    ===P A G E  7 7===
    
    
    348. [77] Singing Dragon*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: C-2E; C-3E
    
      NOTES:
    These are the same whales that went crazy and nearly destroyed
    the Temple at the main plot's end. You can't interact with them
    while they're banging their heads on the Temple supports, so you
    will need to re-open the CotG to get their info. There are 3 of them
    that swim around the Pillars of Light, among the Commerson's
    dolphin pod, only in the daytime.
    
    After re-playing the plot again, I have discovered that
    there is one of these that enters the Celestial Mausoleum with
    you; it is the one that bangs its head on the Treasure Chamber
    door. You can focus on it before you trigger the mechanism in
    the room's middle. Therefore you CAN get its info BEFORE the
    main plot's end!
    
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    ===P A G E  7 8===
    
    
    349. [78] Okeanos's Guardian*
    
      LOCATION: Cavern of the Gods
    Co-ords: B-2SW; B-3NW
    
      NOTES:
    This really big, REALLY UGLY goblin shark goes after you
    during the main plot. If you cannot get its info then, you will
    have to wait until you re-open the CotG to get it. It appears
    at night only in the Pillars of Shadow with the same 2 goblin
    shark "guards" that were there before, in the main plot.
    It is dangerous, and shakes off the pulsar effects quickly,
    so you have to work fast!
    
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    ===P A G E  7 9===
    
    
    351. [79] Anomalocarus*
    
      LOCATION: Valka Castle
    Co-ords: B-2NE; C-2NW
    
      NOTES:
    After you finish the 3rd part of the "Voice of the Night Sky"
    quest and find this legendary outside the Underwater Gallery
    window, you can dive with anyone (or go alone) and swim to
    the squares listed to see it again. You cannot interact with
    it, and the cutscene the first time you saw it gives you both
    the info and trivia for it.
    (Until you find this one, the Sea serpent is listed as page 79;
    then afterwards the serpent becomes page 80.)
    
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    ===P A G E  8 0===
    
    
    350. [80] Cameroceras*
    
      LOCATION: Zahhab Region
    Co-ords: H-8
    
      NOTES:
    After you finish part 2 of the quest "Voice of the Night Sky",
    you will be directed to find this legendary. After the first time
    you find it, you can go back and see it again, out just beyond
    the boundary of where you can go; you cannot interact with it.
    (Until you find this one, the Sea serpent will be listed as page
    80 after you find Anomalocarus.)
    
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    ===P A G E  8 1===
    
    
    352. [81] Sea serpent*
    
      LOCATION: Ciceros Strait
    Co-ords: D, E, F-8
    
      NOTES:
    After one of the parts of the "Young Entrepreneur" quest, you
    get a request from Oceana to go swim out in Ciceros Strait to
    find what a "dark shadow" other divers saw on their maps there.
    When you find it, and get the cutscene, you get its info and trivia.
    You can see this legendary out beyond the boundary if you go in
    the daytime afterwards, but cannot interact with it.
    (Until you find both Anomalocarus and Cameroceras, this will be
    listed as page 79, then get bumped forward when you find them.)
    
    =================================================
    
    ===SECTION 2: Creatures by Area [CBA]===
    
    This section will list the creatures by area. Each area is subdivided
    into two parts: part 1 is the creatures that can only be found in
    that area; part 2 are the creatures also found in another area
    or areas.
    
    For this part, it can act something like a general checklist. The
    creatures here are grouped according to where they can be found.
    Some creatures can be found in more than one place, so the area
    listings are divided into those found only there, and those that are
    also found in other areas.
    
    A variety of abbreviations will show you when and where the creature
    can be found, and if any special conditions must be met before you
    may find the creature. Some abbreviations may not be used if the
    creature is common enough to appear just about anywhere, at any
    time, no matter the condition.
    
    KEY:
    
    D/N = day and night
    D/O = daytime only
    N/O = nighttime only
    {UG} = found under glows only
    L/O = land only (for land-based creatures, if applicable)
    W/O = water only (for land-based creatures, if applicable)
    B/O = blizzard only (Arctic/Antarctic areas only)
    R/O = rain only (Amazon area only)
    N/C = near coral (this can mean over OR near it)
    N/S = near sand (this can mean over OR near it)
    G = found in groups
    S = solitary/singles
    (D!) = dangerous
    
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     G A T A M A  A T O L L [GAA]
    
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    
       Creatures only found here:
    
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    Australian pelican: F-5 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (scattered singles)
    
    Banded houndshark: E-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (singles scattered over area, or loose group)
    
    Bicolor angelfish (EU: Bicolour angelfish): G-2&3; H-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under rocky or sandy glows)
    
    Bluelashed butterflyfish: C-6; A&B-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or mixed sand/coral glows)
    
    Blue-spotted jawfish: E-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow; only 1, in hole alone)
    
    Bower's parrotfish: A&B-1; B&E-2; E-4; C&D-5; F-6; D&E-7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, S (singles among other fish)
    
    Bowmouth guitarfish: C-5; D-4&5; E-6, 7, 8; F-6; G-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (moves along ocean floor, slowly)
    
    Broadclub cuttlefish: D-5; G-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slowly swims over coral; are not in D-5)
    
    Broadclub cuttlefish (young): D-5; G-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS:D/N, {UG} (spring tide/full moon, green coral glows)
    
    Brown booby: F-5 (land); G-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G, S (water=group, land=scattered singles)
    
    California sea lion: D-1 (land); D&E-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (found on land and in water)
    
    Cherry grouper (EU: Sakuradai):
    A-7&8; C-6&7; D-8; E-7; F-6&7; G-2, 3, 5, 6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or red fan coral glows)
    
    Chub mackerel:
    C, D, E, F-3; C, D, E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5; E, F, G-6; F&G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (fast shoal; circuitious route)
    
    Dusky batfish (young): B-2; F&G-4; D-6; A&F-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Dwarf sawfish: C&D-2; C-5&6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (moves along ocean floor, slowly)
    
    Elegant firefish: G-6; B&D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, {UG} (sandy glow; 1 per glow, floats over hole)
    
    Epaulette shark: F-2; D&E-4; C&D-5; C-6; F-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S ("walk" slowly on ocean floor using flippers)
    
    False clown anemonefish: A-1, 2, 7; G-5&6; D&E-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, both G & {UG} (float over coral; coral glows)
    
    Flame angelfish: A&B-1; D&G-2; C&E-3; F-4&6; G-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, S (among other coral fish species)
    
    Five-lined coral goby: B-2; F&G-3&4; C&D-5; G-6; F-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Galapagos marine iguana: H-1 (land); G-8 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (several scattered over land area)
    
    Humpback whale: C&D-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 1; at times replaced w/Black Harbinger)
    
    Humphead wrasse: F&G-2; C, D, E, F, G-3&4; C, D, G-5; F&G-6&7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (slow-moving)
    
    Leatherback turtle: F-7, G-8 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/N; Land: N/O (2 only; 1 each water & land)
    
    Little penguin: G-5; H-1 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O; Land: D/N, S (Water-dive; Land-scattered)
    
    Mandarinfish: E&F-2; F-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under purple or blue coral glows)
    
    Marbled ray (EU: Blotched fantail ray):
    D&F-2; B-3; D-4; C&G-5; C, D, E-6; E&G-7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (move slowly over ocean floor)
    
    Monster shrimp goby: F-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow, hole w/Randall's pistol shrimp)
    
    Oblong goby: F-2; B-4; C-5; D-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Orange sea slug: C-5; G-6; B-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow; more during day)
    
    Parade-float sea slug: D-5; G&H-6; B-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, {UG} (sandy glow)
    
    Porcupinefish: B-2; G-6; F-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow-moving)
    
    Purple queen: F-2; B-3&4; C-6; A-7&8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (several small shoals grouped into large one)
    
    Pygmy seahorse: D-6; A-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral, or soft red coral glows; tiny!)
    
    Randall's pistol shrimp: E&F-6; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (paired with type of goby)
    
    Razorfish: E&F-4; F-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (among red whip coral, hard to see)
    
    Red-streaked box crab: B-4; H-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow, alone)
    
    Rippled rockskipper: B-7&8; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (rocky coral glows; hides behind rock face)
    
    Short-beaked common dolphin: B-3&4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large group stays near Dolphin Island)
    
    Speckled butterflyfish: A-1&2; C, D, E-3; C, D, G-5; E, F, G-6&7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (among other coral fish species)
    
    Tiger puffer (young): E-3; D-7&8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (giant clam or coral glows)
    
    Warty frogfish: D-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow)
    
    Watchman goby: D-7; E-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow, hole w/Randall's pistol shrimp)
    
    Weedy seadragon: E-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (eelgrass glows)
    
    West Indian manatee: G-2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G  (3 swimming over Doughnut Reef area)
    
    Yellow clownfish (EU: Orange skunk clownfish):
    E-3; A, D, E, G-6; A, B, E, F-7; D&E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (small -ORANGE- fish under coral glows)
    
    Yellow clown goby: B&E-2; B-4; C-5; D-6; F&G-3&4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Yellowtail clownfish: E-3; G-6; E&F-7; D&E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Yellowtail surgeonfish: E-6; C, D, E-7; D-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (small groups)
    
    Yellow tang: A-2; B-1,2,3; D-3,4,5; E-3,4,5,6,7; F-6; G-6&7; H-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (loose groups, or scattered among other fish)
    
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    Black Harbinger: C&D-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, use telescope, dark shadow message; New Moon
    
    Cacao Maharaja (EU: Cocoa Maharaja): E-4; D&E-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, complete "Floating Island" special request
    
    Pelago crocodile (EU: Paoul crocodile): G-8 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, fulfill "Mysterious Object" special request
    
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    Bigeye trevally: B&C-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large, tightly grouped, medium-speed shoal)
    
    Bigfin reef squid: F&G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: May not appear here. Shared listing with young.
    
    Bigfin reef squid (young): F&G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS:D/N, {UG}(spring tide/full moon, red whip coral glows)
    
    Blue tang: A&B-2; E-3,7,8; F-4,6,7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large, slow-moving groups)
    
    Cleaner wrasse: F&G-2; C, D, E, F, G-3&4; C, D, G-5; F&G-6&7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (attached to Humphead wrasses)
    
    Crescent tail bigeye (EU: Common bigeye): A&B-1&2; B&C-3&4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (small, medium-speed shoals)
    
    Emperor angelfish:
    A-1,2,6,7; B-2,3,6; C-2,4,7; D-2,4,5,7; E-2 to 8; F-2,3,6,7; G-3,5,7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow-moving, large groups)
    
    Emperor angelfish (young):
    A-1,2,6,7; B-2,3,6; C-2,4,7; D-2,4,5,7; E-2 to 8; F-2,3,6,7; G-3,5,7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Golden trevally:
    D-2; C, D, E, F-3; D, F, G-4; E, F, G, H-6; D, E, G-7; D-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (over sandy areas)
    
    Green sea turtle: F&G-4; C, D, E-5; B&C-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (slow-moving)
    
    Japanese cormorant: F-5 (land); G-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O (diving); Land: D/O (come in from air)
    
    Japanese eagle ray: C&D-5&6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (1 large, loose group makes circuit)
    
    King angelfish: B-6; A&B-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow-moving)
    
    Manta ray: C-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (pair here, swim over small coral area)
    
    Moorish idol:
    A&B-1; B&F-2; E&F-3; E,F,G-4; B,C,E,G-5; A,E,F-6; A,C,E,G-7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slow-moving groups; under glows too)
    
    Multicolorfin rainbowfish (male) EU:Multicolourfin rainbowfish (male):
    C, D, G-2; D, E, F, G-3; E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5; E&G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/S, G (male/female pairs over sandy areas)
    
    Multicolorfin rainbowfish (female)
    EU:Multicolourfin rainbowfish (female):
    C, D, G-2; D, E, F, G-3; E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5; E&G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/S, G (male/female pairs over sandy areas)
    
    Pyramid butterflyfish: A&B-1; B-2; B, C, D&F-3; A, B, C, D,  E&G-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow-moving)
    
    Sailfin tang: B-2; F-3; B-5; A,B,C,D,G-6; A,C,E,G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (loose groups)
    
    Sailfin tang (young): B-2; F-3; B-5; A,B,C,D,G-6; A,C,E,G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Sea star: G-6; B-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow, more common at night)
    
    Short-tailed albatross: G-8 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (a few on land scattered over area)
    
    Singular bannerfish: G-2&3; B-5; F&G-6; A, B, C, F-7; A-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sand, mixed sand/coral glows)
    
    Starck's demoiselle:
    B, D, F, G-2; G-3; D-4; D&G-5; B, F, H-6; A, D, F-7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, both N/C, G, and {UG} (slow-moving groups)
    
    Whale shark:
    A&B-1; A, B, C, D-2; B, C, D, E-3; C, D, E, F, G-4; D, E, G-5;
    E, F, G-6; F&G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 here, makes large, slow circuit)
    
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    Banded angelfish: A-2SE; B-2S; A-3NE; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or sandy glows outside Deep Hole)
    
    Crystal jelly (EU: Belt jellyfish): B-3W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (mid and deepest levels of Deep Hole)
    
    Giant grouper: B-3SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 only; 1 in Giant's Grotto, 1 in mid level)
    
    Japanese bullhead shark: C-3NW&SE; B-3SE; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (rest on sandy ocean floor outside DH)
    
    Japanese bullhead shark (young): C-3NW&SE; B-3SE; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow; either egg or young)
    
    Leafy seadragon: B-2NE; C-2N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (Kelp Tunnel glows only)
    
    Orange and black sea slug: A-2SE; B-3NW&S; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral glows outside of Deep Hole)
    
    Pacific white-sided dolphin: B-3N&SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (3 or 4 swim above Deep Hole)
    
    Pygmy sperm whale: B-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 only; day-DH bottom; night-outside DH)
    
    Ribbon moray (EU: Ribbon eel): B-3SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 1 in Serpent's Lair, from off mid level)
    
    Stocky anthias: A-2SE; B-3NW&S; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral glow, outside of & DH mid level)
    
    Striated frogfish: C-2SW; A-3SE; C-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glow)
    
    Tiger shark: B-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, S, (D!) (only 1, swims over Deep Hole top)
    
    Whitemargin unicornfish: B-3W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (small, loose group, unique profile)
    
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    Apollo: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O (no other special conditions to find)
    
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    Bigfin reef squid: C-1SE; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (in part of Kelp Tunnel)
    
    Bigfin reef squid (young): C-1SE; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: NOT found here; shared listing
    
    Blue tang: C-1SE; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (small group in part of Kelp Tunnel)
    
    Cleaner wrasse: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (attached to the Ocean sunfish)
    
    Emperor angelfish:
    B-2NE; C-2SW; A-3SE; B-3NW&S; C-3NW&S; A-4NW; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow-moving, large groups)
    
    Emperor angelfish (young):
    B-2NE; C-2SW; A-3SE; B-3NW&S; C-3NW&S; A-4NW; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Goldeye rockfish: B-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slow, small groups in Deep Hole, mid level)
    
    Japanese eagle ray: B-2S; B-3NE; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (1 large group near Kelp Tunnel entrance/exit)
    
    Moorish idol:
    C-1NE; B-2NE&SW; C-2NE&SW; A-3E; B-3W&SE; C-3W&NE; A-4NE; B-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slow-moving groups; under glows too)
    
    Multicolorfin rainbowfish (male) EU:Multicolourfin rainbowfish (male):
    A-3E; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/S, G (male/female pairs over sandy areas)
    
    Multicolorfin rainbowfish (female)
    EU:Multicolourfin rainbowfish (female): A-3E; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/S, G (male/female pairs over sandy areas)
    
    Ocean sunfish: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (1 here, has cleaner wrasse attached to it)
    
    Pineconefish: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (at deepest level, slow-moving)
    
    Sailfin tang: A-2SE; C-2W; B-3N&SE; C-3S; B-4N; C-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (loose groups)
    
    Sailfin tang (young): A-2SE; C-2W; B-3N&SE; C-3S; B-4N; C-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Sea star: B-2S; A-3NE; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow, outside of Hole)
    
    Singular bannerfish: C-1SE; C-2NW; A-3NE; B-3W; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sand, mixed sand/coral glows)
    
    Starck's demoiselle: B-2NE&S; A-3NE; B-3S; C-3NW; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, both N/C, G; and {UG} (slow-moving groups)
    
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    Basking shark: F&G-6; C, D, E, F, G-7; D, E, F, G-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, S (1 only; slow circuit)
    
    Bicolor blenny (EU: Bicolour blenny): F-4&5; B-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (cliff wall glows; move in/out of hole)
    
    Blackspotted pufferfish: G-1&2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, N/C, G (4 or 5, 70 ft [21m] down, in wall niche)
    
    Bottlenose dolphin: F-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (3 swim over Cross Rift)
    
    Cowtail stingray: H-6; G-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slow, loose group on sandy ocean floor)
    
    Crowned seahorse: A-1; B-1, 2, 3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Festive sea slug (EU: Festival sea slug): E-1
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under sandy glows)
    
    Flying fish: D-1, 2, 4; G-1&2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium shoals, blend in w/faster shoals)
    
    Giant trevally: C-4; D-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (small, slow-moving, loose groups)
    
    Goby shrimp: C, D, E-4; G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glow; hole w/Singapore prawn goby)
    
    Great barracuda: G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (large, loose group)
    
    Great white shark: C&E-1; E-2; H-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (D!) (large groups near shipwrecks)
    
    Indo-Pacific sailfish: G-1; C&D-3; C-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (loose group, around 10 ft [3m])
    
    Japanese angelshark (EU: Japanese angel shark): H-5; B-6; C-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (slow, medium-sized groups)
    
    John dory: D&E-1; E-4; C, E, H-7; H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (large, stationary groups over sand)
    
    Kidako moray: C-1&3; E-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (on/near shipwrecks, blends in with wood)
    
    Long-spine porcupinefish: C-2; F-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral glows; F-5, look in in Cross Rift)
    
    Marbled flounder (young): H-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (only 1, sandy glow, near great whites)
    
    Mediterranean monk seal: G-3 (land), 4, 5 (water)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G; Land: D/N, G (stay near White Cove)
    
    Monkfish (EU: Japanese anglerfish): H-1; G-6; C&D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: H-1, G-6: D/N; C&D-7: D/O, S (rest on sandy bottom)
    
    Moon jellyfish: C&E-2; B&D-3; G-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (stationary groups; more common in day)
    
    North Atlantic right whale: D&E-6; D, E, F-7&8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (1 only, near Triton Village ruins)
    
    Olive flounder: E, G, H-1; A-5; G-6; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (rest on sandy ocean floor, more at night)
    
    Olive flounder (young): E, G, H-1; A-5; G-6; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under sandy glows)
    
    Oriental butterflyfish: B&D-1; C,F,G-2; B&D-3; A&B-4; F&G-5; D,E,G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow moving, large groups)
    
    Ornate wrasse: A&D-1; E-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (medium-sized groups)
    
    Peacock blenny: A&B-1; B&F-2; E&F-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral glows; in hole or behind rock)
    
    Pelagic thresher shark: D, E, H-1; C-2&7; F-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slow, medium-sized groups)
    
    Red sea bream: C&E-1; G-5; F&G-6; H-7; F-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (medium-sized, loose groups)
    
    Sand tiger (EU: Grey nurse shark): C&G-1; C&D-3; G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (large, loose groups)
    
    Singapore prawn goby: C, D, E-4; G-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (sandy glows; in hole with goby shrimp)
    
    Spotted white sea slug: C-5; G-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N {UG} (under sandy glows)
    
    Strigate chromodoris: F-4; H-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under sandy glows)
    
    Threadfin butterflyfish: B, F, H-1; G-2; B&E-3; B&C-5; E-6; G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or sandy glows)
    
    Whitetip reef shark (EU: White tip reef shark): E-4; E, F, G-5; F&H-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (rest on & blend in with coral ground)
    
    Yatabei blenny (EU: Isoginpo): F-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (cliff wall glows in/outside Cross Rift)
    
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    Gungnir: G&H-1
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (among sailfish group, feed them; super fast)
    
    Lady Dorthea (EU: Divine Gift): C, D, E-1
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (near bottom, around 110 ft [34m])
    
    Sea Serpent: D, E, F-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (after part of "Young Entrepeneur" quest)
    
    Thanatos: H-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, (D!!) (near great white group, can't pulsar)
    
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    Atlantic bluefin tuna: C, D, E, F, G-1; C, D, E-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium shoal, medium speed, 55 ft [17m])
    
    Bicolor parrotfish  (EU: Bicolour parrotfish):
    C, E, F, H-1; C-5; G-6; H-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loose, slow groups)
    
    Bicolor parrotfish (young)   EU: Bicolour parrotfish (young):
    C, E, F, H-1; C-5; G-6; H-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral and sandy glows)
    
    Bigeye trevally: C&D-4&5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large, tightly grouped, medium-speed shoal)
    
    Blue-green chromis: A, B, F-1; G-2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, both G & {UG} (large groups; in coral glows)
    
    Blue-spotted ribbontail ray: G-1; A-5; G&H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (sandy ocean floor)
    
    Blue tang: A-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (inside Blue Dome)
    
    Cleaner wrasse: C-1&3; E-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (attached to Kidako morays)
    
    Cloudy catshark: E&G-1; E&F-4; H-7; G&H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (rest on sandy ocean floor)
    
    Clown triggerfish:
    A, B, C, E, F, H-1; B, D, G-2; B&C-3; A, F, G-5; B&H-6; D-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/S, G (loose groups over sand)
    
    Clown triggerfish (young):
    A, B, C, E, F, H-1; B, D, G-2; B&C-3; A, F, G-5; B&H-6; D-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral and sandy glows)
    
    Clown wrasse (EU: Yellowtail coris):
    A, B, E, F, G, H-1; B, C, D-2; B-3; F-4&6; G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (small, slow-moving groups)
    
    Clown wrasse (young)  EU: Yellowtail coris (young):
    A, B, E, F, G, H-1; B, C, D-2; B-3; F-4&6; G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral or sandy glows)
    
    Common octopus: C&D-1&3; C-5; E-6; H-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (on/near shipwrecks)
    
    European conger eel (EU: Conger eel): D&E-1; C, D, E, G,-6; E-7; H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loose groups on sandy ocean floor)
    
    European parrotfish: G-1; C&F-2; C&D-3; E-4; F-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (medium groups, near coral & shipwrecks)
    
    Goldeye rockfish:
    D, E, F-1; D-2; D&E-3; C, D, F-4; D, F, G-5; E, F, G, H-6;
    C, E, F, G, H-7; D, E, F, H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slow-moving, almost everywhere)
    
    Goldtail demoiselle:
    A&B-1; B, D, G-2; B-3; D-4; F, G, H-6; B, E, F-7; D&G-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or sandy glows)
    
    Great sturgeon: C&D-1&2; D-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (circuits, slow to medium speed)
    
    Japanese jack mackerel:
    B, C, E, F, G-1; B, E, F-2; C&D-3; D, E, G-4; F&G-5;
    D, E, F, G-6; C, E, G-7; D, F, G-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (fast-moving shoals)
    
    King angelfish: E-1; A-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (A-5 are in Blue Dome)
    
    Largehead hairtail: B&C-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (float over Well of the Full Moon)
    
    Lined surgeonfish: F&H-1; B&G-2; D-3; C&D-4; C&F-5; E-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-sized, slow groups)
    
    Longtooth grouper: E-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (3 near Arktos shipwreck)
    
    Mahi-mahi: G-1; E&F-4; D-7; H-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-sized, loose groups)
    
    Manta ray: B&C-5; G&H-7; F, G, H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (near South Canyon & Amphitrite's Sanctuary)
    
    Meagre (EU: Shadefish): H-6; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (2 large, slow-moving groups)
    
    Red stingray: F, G, H-1; F, G, H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loose groups, sandy ocean floor)
    
    Samurai squirrelfish: G-2; H-6; G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (slow, loose groups)
    
    Scalloped hammerhead (EU: Hammerhead shark): E-1&2; H-1; C&G-5; G-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (large group; C-5, night only)
    
    Sea goldie: 
    C, D, E, F, G-1; B, D, E, F-2; B&D-3; B&C-4; C, F, H-5;
    A&G-6; C, D, F, H-7; F&H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large, slow groups)
    
    Sea robin (EU: Red gurnard): C, D, E-1; G-4&8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (stationary group, sandy ocean floor)
    
    Swallowtail sea perch:
    B, C, D, E, F, G-1&2; A, B, C, D-3; E, F, G-4; B, D, E, F, G-5;
    B, E, F, G-6; C, D, E, F, G, H-7; E-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (medium-sized shoals)
    
    Teardrop butterflyfish: A, B, F-1; B&G-2; G-4; F, G, H-6; E&F-7; C-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow-moving, large groups)
    
    White grouper: D-1; C-4; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (small loose group near sandy ocean floor)
    
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     V A L K A  C A S T L E [VAC]
    
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    Berthella aurantiaca: C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (only 1; shares glow w/2 Cardinal fish)
    
    Blotchy swell shark (young): A-2SE; B-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (as eggs or young)
    
    Branched sea slug: A-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (front of door to luna lionfish I room)
    
    Cardinal fish: A-2NE; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (2- lionfish room II, Underwater Gallery)
    
    False killer whale: C-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 1, in Mermaid's Ballroom)
    
    Harlequin sweetlips (young): A-4NW; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (2-60 ft [18m] Sp. Tower, Und. Gallery)
    
    Luminescent sea slug: A-4NW; B-4NE; A-3SE; B-3SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (2 or 3 to a glow)
    
    Luna lionfish: A-2NE; B-2NW; B-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (D!) (7: 3 each in 2 rooms; 1 in Ballroom)
    
    Mauve stinger: B-2NE; D-2NE; C-3NW; D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (usually 1 there, with another creature)
    
    Red cornetfish: D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (float around right side of map room)
    
    Sunset anthias: A-2SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (right side of Armory)
    
    Turritopsis nutricula: A-2SE; D-2SE; C-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several to a glow; tiny, transparent)
    
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    Ailouros Pearl: B-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (no special conditions for finding it)
    
    Anomalocarus: B-2NE; C-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (finish part 3, "Voice of the Night Sky" quest)
    
    Phantom: B-2SE; C-2S; D-2SW; B-3NE; C-3N; D-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O (special request-"Ghost of Valka Castle")
    
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    Bicolor parrotfish  (EU: Bicolour parrotfish)
    A&B-4NW; A-2SE; C-2SE; C-3NW; D-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loose, slow groups)
    
    Bicolor parrotfish (young)  EU: Bicolour parrotfish (young)
    A&B-4NW; A-2SE; C-2SE; C-3NW; D-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (glows in several rooms)
    
    Blue-green chromis: A-4NW; A-3SW; A-2SW&NE; B-1SW; B-2NW; D-2SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, both G & {UG} (many rooms; under glows too)
    
    Blue-spotted ribbontail ray: A-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1st luna lionfish room only)
    
    Cloudy catshark: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 in King's Chamber, on floor)
    
    Clown triggerfish: B-2NE; D-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: They do NOT appear here (shared listing with young)
    
    Clown triggerfish (young): B-2NE; D-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (beginning & end of Underwater Gallery)
    
    Clown wrasse (EU: Yellowtail coris): B-1SW; B-2NE; C&D-2N; D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loosely grouped in several rooms)
    
    Clown wrasse (young )  EU: Yellowtail coris (young):
    B-1SW; B-2NE; C&D-2N; D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (glows in several rooms)
    
    Common octopus: A-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 at Spiral Tower bottom)
    
    Crescent tail bigeye (EU: Common bigeye): B-2SE; C-2NE; B-3NE; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (shoal swims through Mermaid's Ballroom)
    
    European conger eel (EU: Conger eel): B-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (3 in room prior to King's Chamber)
    
    European parrotfish: B-2NE; C-2NW; D-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (move through Underwater Gallery)
    
    Goldtail demoiselle: A-4NW; A-2NW; B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (glows in a few rooms)
    
    Japanese jack mackerel: B-2SE; C-2S; D-2NE; B-3NE; C-3N; D-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (fast-moving shoal in Mermaid's Ballroom)
    
    Largehead hairtail: D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (float around map room)
    
    Lined surgeonfish: A-3&4W; B-4NW; B-3NW; B-2SE; C-2S; B-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-sized, slow groups)
    
    Longtooth grouper: A-2SE; B-2SW&NE; C-2N; D-2N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (Underwater Gallery, Armory, King's Chamber)
    
    Mahi-mahi: D-2N; B-2SE; C-2SW; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (Mermaid's Ballroom & Underwater Gallery)
    
    Meagre (EU: Shadefish): A-4NW; B-1SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (group in Spiral Tower, 3 in Treasure Vault)
    
    Red stingray: B-2NW; B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 or 3 each in a few rooms)
    
    Samurai squirrelfish: A-4NW; B-4NE; A-3NE; B-3NW; D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (small groups all through area)
    
    Scalloped hammerhead (EU: Hammerhead shark): A-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (near Spiral Tower top)
    
    Sea robin (EU: Red gurnard): A-2SW; D-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G & S (3 or 4 in A-2SW; 1 more in D-2NE)
    
    Swallowtail sea perch: B-2SE; C-2SE; D-2SW; B-3NE; C-3N; D-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (shoal swims through Mermaid's Ballroom)
    
    Teardrop butterflyfish: A-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (1 glow in Spiral Tower bottom)
    
    White grouper: D-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (near Underwater Gallery floor)
    
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     N O R T H  C O A S T  O F  C A N A D A [NCC]
    
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    Atlantic spiny lumpsucker: A-1NW; D-2NE; D-3SW; A-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (1-3 per glow)
    
    Bearded seal: B-2SW (land); D-3SW; D-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (land-loose groups; water-15 ft [5m])
    
    Beluga: A-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (SW-most breathing hole, shallow depth)
    
    Blue whale:
    A-1N&SE; B-1N&SW; C-1NW&S; B-2N; C-2; D-2SW; C-3NE;
    D-3NW&S; B-4E; C-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 or 3; slow, large circuits, 60 ft [18m])
    
    Capelin:
    A-1W; B-1SW; C-2; A-3NW&S; B-3S; C-3; D-3W; A-4N; B-4NE; C-4N; D-4W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-large shoals, medium-fast circuit)
    
    Chinook salmon:
    C-1NW&SE; B-2E; C-2; A-3S; B-3NE; C-3NE&S; D-3W; C-4N; D-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium group, medium speed, 15 ft [5m])
    
    Greenland shark: A-1NW&SE; C-1SE; D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (D!) (only 3 or 4 patrol this area)
    
    Harp seal: C-4SW (both land & water)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (water-shallow depth)
    
    Mertensia ovum: B-1SW; C-1SW; D-2SE; D-3NW; B-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (usually 1 per glow)
    
    Narwhal: D-1SE; D-2; D-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (near 2 E-most breathing holes)
    
    Polar bear: B-2SW (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 only, apparently female)
    
    Razorbill: B-2SW; C-4SW (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (Water-dive for fish; Land-come in from air)
    
    Ribbon seal: D-2NE (land); C-3SE; D-3SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (small groups)
    
    Sea butterfly: B-1SW; C-1SW; D-2SE; D-3NW; B-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several to a glow, tiny)
    
    Sea otter: D-2NE (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 or 2, floating in mid-hole water)
    
    Spotted seal: A-4NW (land); C-4SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G; Land: D/N, G (small groups)
    
    Steller sea lion: A-1NW (land); D-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: N/O, G; Land: D/O, G (land-near walruses)
    
    Walrus (male): A-1NW (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (paired with a female)
    
    Walrus (female): A-1NW (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (paired with a male)
    
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    Ancient Mother (EU: White Mother):
    Co-ords: B-1NE&S; C-1N; D-1W; A-2E; B-2NW; C-2NE&S; D-2N; A-3E;
    B-3NE&S; C-3N&SE; D-3E; B-4N&SE; C-4NE&S; D-4N&SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (find whale ornament on beach; 45 ft [14m])
    
    Ice Cupid: B-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (no special conditions to find it)
    
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    Atlantic bluefin tuna: A-1NW&S; B-1SW; A-2E; B-2W&SE; A-3N; B-3N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium shoal, medium speed, 55 ft [17m])
    
    Sea angel: C-1SE; B-2NE; A-2SE; B-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow; tiny)
    
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     W E D D E L L  S E A [WES]
    
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    Adelie penguin: C-2NE; C-3S; C-4; D-4NW&SE (SE=land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G; Land: D/N, G (among other penguins)
    
    African penguin: C-4NE; D-4NW; A-4SW (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G; Land: D/N, G (among other penguins)
    
    Antarctic fur seal: A-1NW (land); C-1NW; D-1NW; C-3SE; D-3W; D-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (among penguins and other seals)
    
    Antarctic krill: B-4NE; D-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (small, tight shoal under glow)
    
    Antarctic minke whale: A-1NE&S; B-1W; A-2N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (3 or 4 in slow, loose group)
    
    Antarctic toothfish (EU: Antarctic cod): C-1N; B-1S; B-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O (5 only: C-1N- pair; B-1S & B-2NW- group of 3)
    
    Cape fur seal: A-1NW (land), A-1SE; B-1; C-1NE&S; D-1W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (among penguins and other seals)
    
    Chinstrap penguin: A-3N&SW; A-4SW (land); D-4SE (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G; Land: D/N, G (among other penguins)
    
    Dusky rockcod: D-1SE; C-2SE; A-4NE; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (usually 2 or more per glow)
    
    Emperor penguin:
    A-2S; A-3; B-3NW (land), B-3SE; A-4NE, A-4SW (land);
    B-4NW; D-4SE (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G; Land: D/N, G (among other penguins)
    
    Gentoo penguin: A-4SW; C-4SE; D-4S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, W/O, G (among other penguins)
    
    Rockhopper penguin: A-4SW (land); C-4SE; D-4S (SE=land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G; Land: D/N, G (among other penguins)
    
    Slender bristlemouth: C-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under Ice Cavern entrance, 150 ft [46m])
    
    South American sea lion:
    A-1NW (land); C-3SE; D-3SW; A-4NE; B-4NW, B-4SE (land);
    C-4NW&SE; D-4W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (among penguins and seals)
    
    Southern bottlenose whale: B-3SE; C-3SW; D-3SW; B-4NE; C-4NW; D-4W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (slow circuits, 15 ft [5m])
    
    Southern elephant seal: B-4SE (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G, L/O (2 only, share land with Weddell seals)
    
    South polar skua: A-1NW (land); B-3NW (land); D-4SE (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S, L/O (in from air, land near water's edge)
    
    Spectacled porpoise: C-1SE; C-3SW; B-4NE; C-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large, loose groups 15-20[5-6m] deep)
    
    Weddell seal: D-1SW; B-2NW; D-2; C-3SE; D-3N; B-4SE (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (among penguins and other seals)
    
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    Big Bobby: A-4NW (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (good/OK weather) ("Help Me!" quest, part 3)
    
    Snowball (EU: Snowy): A-4NW (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, B/O ("Research Subject" special request)
    
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    Antarctic silverfish:
    B-1E; C-1; D-1W; A-2NE&SW; B-2NW&S; C-2NW; D-2; A-3NW&SE;
    B-3SE; C-3NW&S; D-3NW; A-4NE; B-4N; C-4N&SE; D-4SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-large shoals, medium speed)
    
    Hydromyles globulosa: A-1SW; D-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow; tiny)
    
    Leopard seal: A-1SE; D-1SE (land); A-2NE&SW; B-2NW; A-3SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (among penguins and other seals)
    
    Orca: D-1SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (pair here swim from 60-75 ft [18-23m])
    
    Sea angel: C-2E; B-4NE; D-4SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow; tiny)
    
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     I C E B E R G  C A V E R N [ICC]
    
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    Bald notothen: C-3N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (1 or more per glow)
    
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    Leo (EU: Arthur): B-2SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N ("Strange Animal in Antarctica" special request)
    
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    Antarctic silverfish: B&C-2&3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-large, medium speed shoal)
    
    Hydromyles globulosa: B-2NE&S; B-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow; tiny)
    
    Leopard seal: C-2SE; B-3NE; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (a pair of them swim here)
    
    Sea angel: B-2NE&S; C-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow; tiny)
    
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     C O R T I C A  R I V E R ,  M I D S T R E A M [CRM]
    
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    Alligator gar: C-4NW&S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 2 or 3, near bottom diving spot)
    
    Amazonian manatee: A-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (several, in Queen's Lake only)
    
    Arapaima (EU: Giant arapaima): A-2N&SW; A-1SE; B-1S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 4 or 5, really large, hard to miss)
    
    Banjo catfish: B-3NE; A-1SE; B-1S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (2 or 3 per glow)
    
    Butterfly peacock bass:
    D-4SW; C-4S; B-4E; B-3SE; C-3SW; D-2S; C-2S; B-2S; B-3NW;
    A-3N; A-2; A-1SE; B-1S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-sized, loose groups everywhere)
    
    Electric eel: A-1SE; B-1S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (D!) (in Mangrove Maze, hard to avoid)
    
    Giant otter: C-2SE (land); A-3NW; A-2S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (Water: near fallen log; Land: even in rain)
    
    Marbled piranha: A-4NE; D-3NE; C-3NW; D-2SW; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow)
    
    Paradoxical frog (young): B-4NE; B-2SE; A-2SE; C-1SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (usually 2 or more per glow)
    
    Red piranha (EU: Red-bellied piranha): C-3S; D-3W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (D! until fed) (large, stationary groups)
    
    Redtail catfish: B-4NE; C-4SW; A-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (move slowly along river bottom)
    
    Royal panaque: C-4NW; B-2SW; A-2SW; C-1NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (really tiny and hard to see)
    
    Scarlet trimmed pleco:
    A-4NE; B-4NE; C-4SE; D-3NW; C-3SE; A-3NE; D-2SW; A-2NW; B-1SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (1 or 2 per glow)
    
    Silver arowana:
    D-2NW; C-2S; B-2SE; B-3NE; A-3NE; A-2NW; A-1SE; B-1S; C-1NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (alone, or among other fish)
    
    Spectacled caiman: A-4E; D-2W; C-2; B-2S; B-3N&SE; A-2SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (D! ones w/young) (around/on islands)
    
    Tambaqui: A-4NE; B-4NE; B-2NW&SE; A-2SW; A-1SE; B-1SW; C-1NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (among other fish)
    
    Tiger-striped catfish: A-4NE; B-4NE; C-4S; D-2SW; A-1SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (rest on river bottom)
    
    White-bellied parrot: B-3NW (land); C-2SE (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (land on tree branch; not when raining)
    
    White-blotched river stingray (EU: Polkadot stingray):
    C-4SW; B-4NE; B-3SE; A-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (swim along river bottom-small, slow circles)
    
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    Mama Cortica: A-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, R/O ("Mother of Cortica" special request)
    
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     C O R T I C A  R I V E R ,  U P S T R E A M [CRU]
    
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    Altum angelfish: B-1SE; C-1S; D-1SE; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow)
    
    Amazon river dolphin: C-1SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (2 only; stay as pair)
    
    Bicuda: C-4NW; B-3NW&S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (6-7 in area above & in front of Temple)
    
    Black arowana: B-3SW; A-2SE; B-2W; B-1S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (in King Amaru's Aqueduct)
    
    Black arowana (young): B-3SW; A-2SE; B-2W; B-1S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (2 or more per glow)
    
    Blue discus (EU: Disc flounder): C-1SE; C-2NE; D-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (above Sacrificial Well)
    
    Dorado: D-1SE; D-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (7 swim in Sacred Chamber only)
    
    Green terror: C-1S; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (above Sacrificial Well)
    
    Guppy: B-3S; B-2W; B-1SE; C-1SE; D-1SW; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several per glow; blue & red not separate)
    
    Pink-tailed chalceus: C-1S; D-1SW; C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (above Sacrificial Well)
    
    Piraiba catfish: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 only: bowl-shaped area in front of Temple)
    
    Zebra pleco: B-3SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (2 or 3 per glow)
    
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    Golden Catfish: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (give Piraiba catfish special item)
    
    King Gigide: C-1S; D-1S; C-2N; D-2N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (find Caiman Relic in Zahhab Region)
    
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     Z A H H A B  R E G I O N [ZAR]
    
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    Bartail flathead: C, D, E-4; C-6; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (rest on sandy ocean floor)
    
    Blackfin barracuda: E&F-2&3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (1 large, slow shoal about 10 ft [3m])
    
    Black garden eel: B&D-6; E-3&4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (1 paired w/several Spotted garden eels)
    
    Bluecheek butterflyfish: C-4&6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (small, loose groups)
    
    Blue sea star: D&E-2; C&D-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (1 per sandy glow; common)
    
    Crown-of-thorns starfish: E-1; D&E-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (2 or 3 only; rest on & blend in with coral)
    
    Fire goby: C-3; E-1&3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (float over hole in sand)
    
    Gray whale (EU: Grey whale): C&D-5&6; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (loose group over Twin Cravasse entrances)
    
    Humpback grouper (young):
    B-5&7; C-3, 4, 6, 7; D-1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8; E-2, 3, 5, 6, 8; F-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or sandy glows)
    
    Japanese sardine (Pacific sardine?): B-5&7; C-5; D-4, 5, 6; E-1&2; F-2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium-sized, slow-medium shoals)
    
    Leopard whipray: C-5; D-3&4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (make small circuits on sandy ocean floor)
    
    Miniata grouper: B-7; C-3&6; D-2, 3, 7, 8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (D-7: over sand; other areas over coral)
    
    Orange-lined triggerfish: C-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (small, loose groups)
    
    Orangespine unicornfish: D-3; C-6&7; B-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (medium, loose groups)
    
    Ornate spiny lobster: E-1; C-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (rests on & blends in with coral)
    
    Pilotfish: E&F-1&2; D-5, 6, 7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (E&F-1&2-day only; D-5&6, D-7-day & night)
    
    Powder blue tang: E-1; D-2&3; B&C-4&7; B-5; C-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (near CotG entrance; others in coral areas)
    
    Red-spotted blenny: C-4; D-3; E-2, 3, 4; B, C, D-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (brain coral hole or behind coral rock)
    
    Red-spotted goby: C-4; D-3; E-1
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Remora: E&F-1&2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G (a group makes circuit with whale shark)
    
    Royal angelfish: B-5&7; C-4, 6, 7; D-1&3; E-1&2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Sapphire devil: B-5, 6, 7; C-4, 6, 7; D-1, 3, 4; E-1, 2, 3, 6, 8; F-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Southern orange-lined cardinalfish:
    B-7; C-3&4; D-2, 3, 4, 8; E-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; F-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or sandy glows)
    
    Sperm whale: D-6; E-5, 6, 7, 8; F-4, 5, 8; G-4, 5, 6, 7, 8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, S (1 only, circuit in open sea, 90 ft [27m])
    
    Spotted box crab: D-2; C-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, {UG} (1 per glow, alone; rare)
    
    Spotted garden eel: B&D-6; E-3&4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (several paired with 1 Black garden eel)
    
    Striped marlin: E-6; F-2; G-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (medium, loose groups over open ocean)
    
    Three-spot dascyllus:
    B-5, 6, 7; C-3, 6, 7; D-2, 3, 4, 5, 8; E-2, 3, 8; F-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under coral glows)
    
    Three-spot dascyllus (young):
    B-5, 6, 7; C-3, 6, 7; D-2, 3, 4, 5, 8; E-2, 3, 8; F-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or sandy glows, several per glow)
    
    Tomato clownfish: E-3; B&C-4; C-6; D-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, {UG} (coral cliff side glows; rare)
    
    White pelican: B-1 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, G, L/O (scattered over area)
    
    Yellowband angelfish (EU: Yellowbar angelfish): D-2&3; B&C-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (group in B&C-7; group of 3 in Coral Valley)
    
    Yellow boxfish (young):
    B-5, 6, 7; C-3, 4, 5, 6; D-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; E-1, 2, 3, 4, 8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral or sandy glows)
    
    Yellow longnose butterflyfish: D&E-1&2; C&D-3; C-4; B-5; C-6; B&C-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G & {UG} (small, loose groups)
    
    Zebra shark: E-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 only, Cavern of the Sun:F-4NW,115 ft [35m])
    
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    Cameroceras: H-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (finish part 2, "Voice of the Night Sky" quest)
    
    Leviathan: F-4, 5, 6, 7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (circuit in open ocean, 90-110 ft [27-34m])
    
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    Creatures also found in other areas:
    
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    Bicolor parrotfish  (EU: Bicolour parrotfish)
    B-4, 5, 7; C-4, 6, 7; D-3, 7, 8; E-2, 3, 6, 8; F-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loose, slow groups)
    
    Bicolor parrotfish (young)  EU: Bicolour parrotfish (young)
    B-4, 5, 7; C-4, 6, 7; D-3, 7, 8; E-2, 3, 6, 8; F-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (coral and sandy glows)
    
    Bigeye trevally: E-5; D&E-6&7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large, tightly grouped, medium-speed shoal)
    
    Blue tang: C-3,6; B-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (small, loose groups)
    
    Emperor angelfish: D-2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (several near CotG entrance)
    
    Emperor angelfish (young): D-2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: These do NOT appear here; shared listing with adults
    
    Golden trevally: E&F-1&2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (several follow whale shark in its circuit)
    
    Green sea turtle: B-1 (land); D&E-2; E-3; D-4&5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/N, G (slow-moving); Land: N/O, G
    
    Japanese cormorant: B-1 (land)
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (few come in to land from air)
    
    King angelfish: D-2; C&E-3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (CotG entrance, Stone Castle, Aquarius Corner)
    
    Orca: D-7; G&H-7; G-8
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (D-7: 75 ft [23m]; others out in open sea)
    
    Pyramid butterflyfish: D-2; C&E-3; B&C-4; C-6; B&C-7
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (slow-moving groups)
    
    Red stingray: E-3; D-4
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (several swim in small circles)
    
    Sea goldie: B-5&6; C-3, 4, 5, 6, 7; D-1, 2, 3, 4, 8; E-1&3
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G, & {UG} (large, slow groups; under glows too)
    
    Short-tailed albatross: B-1 (land); B-5
    TIME/CONDITIONS: Water: D/O, G (diving); Land: D/O, S (come from air)
    
    Teardrop butterflyfish: C-6
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, N/C, G (only a few in loose group)
    
    Whale shark: E&F-1&2
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (1 here, small circuit, other fish in tow)
    
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     Z A H H A B  R E G I O N  D E P T H S [ZRD]
    
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    Barreleye: C-2SW; A-3NE; B-3NE&SW; C-3W; C-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (normally 1 or 2 per glow)
    
    Bluntnose sixgill shark: C-3NW&S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S, (D!) (only 1, near Twin Caves, 465 ft [142m])
    
    Common fangtooth: B-2N&SE; C-2NW; C-3NW&SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 or 2 hide among other fish, 345 ft [105m])
    
    Deep-sea blind shrimp: B-2NW; B-3W; C-3E; B-4NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (from 1 to several per glow)
    
    Fanfin: C-1SE; B-2N&SE; C-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (stationary, 400 ft [122m])
    
    Firefly squid: C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (Depth walls, several per glow)
    
    Galatheid crab: B-3SW; C-3E
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (very bottom, 1 or more per glow)
    
    Giant isopod: C-3SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (right Twin Cave, crawl around on floor)
    
    Giant sea spider: D-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (1 only, Osiris' Courtyard glow near sub)
    
    Giant siphonophore: C-2SW; B-3NE&S; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 of these, 415-510 ft [126-155m])
    
    Giant squid: B-2NE; C-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 only, slow circuit, 255-455 ft [78-139m])
    
    Glass squid: B-2E; B-3NE; C-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (Depth walls, several per glow)
    
    Humpback anglerfish: B-2NE; A-3NE; D-3W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (normally 1 or 2 per glow)
    
    Longnose lancetfish: C-1SE; B-2N&SE; C-2W; B-3N&SE; C-3NW&SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loose groups,210-240 ft [64-73m])
    
    Megamouth shark: B-2NE; C-2W; B-3NE; C-3W&SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (3 only, 2 in N. Cr., 1 in S. Cr.)
    
    Oarfish (EU: Giant oarfish): B-2E
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O, S (1 only, makes circuit, 420 ft [128m])
    
    Pelican eel: C-1SE; B-2N; C-2W; B-3SE; C-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (loose groups, 345-360 ft [105-110m])
    
    Popeye grenadier: B-1SE; B-2NE&S; A-2SE; A-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (Northern, NOT Southern Cavern, Secret Passage)
    
    Risso's dolphin: B-2E
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 1, about 430-450 ft [131-137m] deep)
    
    Sea pig: B-2N; C-2N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (sit on sea floor, stationary)
    
    Splendid alfonsino: C-1S; B-2E; C-2W; B-3NE&SW; C-3W&SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (slow, medium-sized groups, 270 ft [82m])
    
    Vampire squid: B-3E; B-4NE; C-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (Southern Cavern & nearby area, left Twin Cave)
    
    Venus's flower basket (EU: Venus flower basket): B-3SW; C-3E
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (Depths bottom, 1 or 2 per glow)
    
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    Grave Keeper: C-4NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N ("The Grave Keeper" special request)
    
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      Creatures also found in other areas:
    
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    Cleaner wrasse: B-2E; B-3N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O (attached to Ocean sunfish)
    
    Ocean sunfish: B-2E; B-3N
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, S (1 here; replaces Oarfish)
    
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     C A V E R N  O F  T H E  G O D S [COG]
    
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    Creatures only found here:
    
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    Asian sheepshead wrasse: C-2N; D-1SE; D-3E; D-4SW&E; C-4SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (hallway patrol, Horus room)
    
    Atlantic tarpon: C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 only, left side of Osiris room)
    
    Bering wolffish: A-1NE; C-4SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (near debris blocked hallway areas)
    
    Black pyramid butterflyfish: D-2NW; A-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (Osiris & Isis rooms, wall glow)
    
    Chambered nautilus (EU: Emperor nautilus): B-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 1, Horus room, SRR hole, 240 ft [73m])
    
    Cinderella sea slug: B-2NW&S; C-2SE; B-3NW; D-3NE; D-4SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (normally 1 or 2 per glow)
    
    Coelacanth: B-2S; B-3N&SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (1 large group in Pillars of Shadow room)
    
    Commerson's dolphin: C-2E; C-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large pod in Pillars of Light room)
    
    Frilled shark: D-1NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, G (3 only, over Snailfish, small corner room)
    
    Goblin shark: B-2SW; B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, S (D!) (only 2, in Pillars of Shadow room)
    
    Golden spadefish (young): B-2NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (float in front of statue in Horus room)
    
    Japanese horseshoe crab: B-1SW; C-1SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (stairs/stair walls to Horus & Osiris rooms)
    
    Japanese spider crab: B-2SW; B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 only, Subterranean Reception Room floor)
    
    Marine betta: B-1NW; B-2W; C-2SE; A-3NE; B-3NW; D-3NE; A-4SE; D-4SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (under floor/wall glows)
    
    Nomura's jellyfish: C-2SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (only 1, Pillars of Light, 60 ft [18m])
    
    Opah: B-1N; C-1N; D-1N&SE; D-2E
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 or 3 do hallway patrol)
    
    Painted frogfish: B-1NW; B-2NW; B-3NW; A-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (floor glows-hallways & Pillars of Shadow)
    
    Polka-dot ribbonfish: C-2NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (4 float in Osiris room)
    
    Purple tang: C-2E; C-3 NE, SE, & NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (large groups, Orsiris & Nephthys rooms)
    
    Sea gooseberry: B-3NW; D-3NE; A-4SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (wall glow, several per glow)
    
    Snailfish: D-1NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (5, in small corner room)
    
    Striped white sea slug:
    B-1NE; D-1NE; C-1SE; B-2SW; C-2E; B-3NW; C-3NW; D-3NE; A-4SW; D-4SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (normally 1 or 2 per glow)
    
    Tasselled wobbegong: A-4SW; D-4SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 only, 1 each in 2 small corner rooms)
    
    Whitespotted boxfish (young): D-2NW; A-3NE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, {UG} (Osiris & Isis rooms, wall glow)
    
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    Kraken Jr.: A-3SE; B-3S
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (Altar of Isis room, near ceiling)
    
    Living Fossil (EU: Emperor): B-2SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (among other coelacanths, 50 ft [15m])
    
    Okeanos's Guardian: B-2SW; B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: N/O, (D!) (patrols with the 2 Goblin sharks nearby)
    
    Singing Dragon: C-2E; C-3E
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/O (only after main plot end/re-opening the CotG)
    
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    Creatures also found in other areas:
    
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    Bigfin reef squid: A-1NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (in small corner room)
    
    Bigfin reef squid (young): A-1NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: NOT found here; shared listing with adults
    
    Blue-spotted ribbontail ray: C-3SE; C-4S; D-4SW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (3 outside Altar of Nephthys room, 1 inside)
    
    Cleaner wrasse: B, C, D-1N; D-1&2E; C-3SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N (attached to Opahs)
    
    Great sturgeon: A-1W; A-2W; A-3W; A-4W&SE; B-4W
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (2 or 3 do hallway patrol)
    
    Ocean sunfish: C-3SE
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, S (1 here, in altar of Nephthys room)
    
    Pineconefish: B-3NW
    TIME/CONDITIONS: D/N, G (Subterranean Reception Room, near top)
    
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    =====SECTION 3: Creature Trivia Info [CTI]=====
    
    I have decided to add this as a separate section, instead of simply
    adding it to each creature, because there are those people who want
    to try to find this out for themselves before consulting a guide.
    If they see how to get the trivia when they don't want to,
    it might ruin the experience for them.
    
    These entries will be listed in order of area; each area is listed
    in the order they are unlocked during the main plot.
    
    Note on the penguins: the "poke/pet" option depends on whether
    you are on land or in the water when you encounter them. On land,
    you will "pet" a creature if you use that option; if you are in the
    water, you will "poke" the creature.
    
    The creatures in this section will ONLY be listed in
    the FIRST available area you unlock during the plot;
    they are listed in alphabetical order. The legendaries
    will be listed last for each area.
    
    Those creatures with young seen in this game will be listed
    as one entry, since getting the trivia from one will count
    for both.
    
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     GATAMA ATOLL
    
    Bigfin reef squid & young - FEED
    Bluelashed butterflyfish - FEED
    Bowmouth guitarfish - FEED
    Broadclub cuttlefish & young - POKE
    
    Chub mackerel - FEED
    Cleaner wrasse - FEED
    
    Dwarf sawfish - FEED
    
    Emperor angelfish & young - FEED
    
    False clown anemonefish - FEED
    Five-lined coral goby - FEED
    
    Green sea turtle - PIC
    
    Humpback whale - PIC
    Humphead wrasse - FEED
    
    Leatherback turtle - FEED
    
    Mandarinfish - FEED
    Manta ray - PIC
    Marbled ray - FEED
    
    Oblong goby - FEED
    Orange sea slug - FEED
    
    Pygmy seahorse - PIC
    Pyramid butterflyfish - PIC
    
    Randall's pistol shrimp - FEED
    
    Short-beaked common dolphin - WHISTLE
    Short-tailed albatross - FEED
    Singular bannerfish - FEED
    Starck's demoiselle - FEED
    
    Tiger puffer (young) - FEED
    
    Watchman goby - FEED
    Weedy seadragon - PIC
    West Indian manatee - POKE
    Whale shark - PIC
    
    Yellowtail clownfish - FEED
    Yellow clownfish - FEED
    Yellow clown goby - FEED
    Yellow tang - PIC
    
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    Black Harbinger  - WHISTLE
    Cacao Maharaja  - PIC
    Pelago crocodile  - FEED
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      DEEP HOLE
    
    Banded angelfish - FEED
    
    Crystal jelly - FEED
    
    Japanese bullhead shark & young - POKE
    
    Leafy seadragon - PIC
    
    Ocean sunfish - FEED
    Orange and black sea slug - FEED
    
    Pacific white-sided dolphin - WHISTLE
    
    Stocky anthias - FEED
    Striated frogfish - FEED
    
    Whitemargin unicornfish - FEED
    
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    Apollo - POKE
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      CICEROS STRAIT
    
    Atlantic bluefin tuna - FEED
    
    Basking shark - FEED
    Bicolor parrotfish & young - FEED
    Bicolor blenny - FEED
    Blue-spotted ribbontail ray - FEED
    Bottlenose dolphin - WHISTLE
    
    Cloudy catshark - FEED
    Clown triggerfish & young - FEED
    Common octopus - POKE
    Cowtail stingray - POKE
    Crowned seahorse - PIC
    
    Festive sea slug - FEED
    Flying fish - FEED
    
    Goby shrimp - FEED
    Great barracuda - FEED
    Great white shark - PIC
    
    Indo-Pacific sailfish - FEED
    
    Japanese angelshark - FEED
    
    Kidako moray - FEED
    
    Largehead hairtail - FEED
    Long-spine porcupinefish - FEED
    
    Mahi-mahi - FEED
    Monkfish - FEED
    Moon jellyfish - PIC
    
    North Atlantic right whale - WHISTLE
    
    Olive flounder & young - FEED
    
    Red stingray - FEED
    
    Sea goldie - FEED
    Sea robin - WHISTLE
    Spotted white sea slug - FEED
    Strigate chromodoris - FEED
    
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    Gungnir - PIC
    Lady Dorthea - FEED
    Sea serpent  - AUTO
    Thanatos - PIC
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      VALKA CASTLE
    
    Blotchy swell shark (young/egg) - POKE
    
    False killer whale - FEED
    
    Harlequin sweetlips (young) - FEED
    
    Luna lionfish - PIC
    
    Mauve stinger - FEED
    
    Sunset anthias - FEED
    
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    Ailouros Pearl - FEED
    Anomalocarus - AUTO
    Phantom - FEED
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      NORTH COAST OF CANADA (ARCTIC)
    
    Beluga - WHISTLE
    Blue whale - WHISTLE
    
    Narwhal - WHISTLE
    
    Polar bear - POKE/PET
    
    Razorbill - FEED
    
    Sea angel - FEED
    Sea otter - FEED
    Spotted seal - FEED
    
    Walrus (male & female) - FEED
    
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    Ancient Mother - WHISTLE
    Ice Cupid - FEED
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      WEDDELL SEA (ANTARCTIC)
    
    Adelie penguin - POKE/PET
    African penguin - POKE/PET
    
    Emperor penguin - POKE/PET
    
    Gentoo penguin - POKE/PET
    
    South American sea lion - FEED
    Southern elephant seal - FEED
    
    Spectacled porpoise - WHISTLE
    
    Weddell seal - FEED
    
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    Snowball - PIC
    Big Bobby - POKE/PET
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      ICEBERG CAVERN:
    
    Leo - POKE
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      CORTICA MIDSTREAM
    
    Alligator gar - FEED
    Arapaima - PIC
    
    Electric eel - PIC
    
    Paradoxical frog (young) - FEED
    
    Red piranha - FEED
    
    Silver arowana - FEED
    Spectacled caiman - FEED
    
    White-blotched river stingray - FEED
    
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    Mama Cortica - POKE
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      CORTICA UPSTREAM
    
    Amazon river dolphin - WHISTLE
    
    Blue discus - FEED
    
    Piraiba catfish - PIC
    
    Zebra pleco - PIC
    
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    Golden Catfish - PIC
    King Gigide - FEED
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      ZAHHAB REGION DEPTHS
    
    Bluntnose sixgill shark (SC) - PIC
    
    Deep-sea blind shrimp - FEED
    
    Fanfin (NC) - FEED
    Firefly squid (NC) - FEED
    
    Galatheid crab (SC) - FEED
    Giant isopod (SC) - POKE
    Giant siphonophore (SC) - PIC
    Giant squid (NC) - PIC
    Glass squid - FEED
    
    Humpback anglerfish (NC&SP) - FEED
    
    Longnose lancetfish - FEED
    
    Megamouth shark - PIC
    
    Oarfish (NC) - PIC
    
    Pelican eel - FEED
    Popeye grenadier (NC&SP) - FEED
    
    Risso's dolphin (NC) - WHISTLE
    
    Sperm whale (NC) - WHISTLE
    Splendid alfonsino - FEED
    
    Vampire squid (SC) - FEED
    Venus's flower basket (SC) - POKE
    
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    Grave Keeper - FEED
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      ZAHHAB REGION
    
    Blue sea star - POKE
    
    Crown-of-thorns starfish - POKE
    
    Gray whale - WHISTLE
    
    Leopard whipray - PIC
    
    Orca - FEED
    Ornate spiny lobster - POKE
    
    Red-spotted goby - FEED
    
    Sapphire devil - FEED
    Spotted garden eel - FEED
    Striped marlin - FEED
    
    Tomato clownfish - FEED
    
    White pelican - FEED
    
    Zebra shark - PIC
    
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    Cameroceras - AUTO
    Leviathan - WHISTLE
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      CAVERN OF THE GODS
    
    Bering wolffish - FEED
    
    Chambered nautilus - FEED
    Coelacanth - PIC
    Commerson's dolphin - WHISTLE
    
    Frilled shark - FEED
    
    Golden spadefish (young) - FEED
    
    Japanese horseshoe crab - PIC
    
    Nomura's jellyfish - POKE
    
    Opah - FEED
    
    Polka-dot ribbonfish - FEED
    
    Sea gooseberry - FEED
    Snailfish - POKE
    
    Tasselled wobbegong - FEED
    
    Whitespotted boxfish (young) - FEED
    
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    Kraken Jr. - FEED
    Living Fossil - PIC
    Okeanos's Guardian - PIC
    Singing Dragon - WHISTLE
    
    
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