This diorama is one of our "Self-suspension" Series products, where very delicate miniatures are "suspending" in the cubes without any visible support.
In the Diorama: A juvenile green sea turtle is diving to the bottom of an aquarium tank. A group of yellow tang (Zebrasoma flavescens) and black tang (Zebrasoma rostratum) are eating algae and parasites off the turtle's skin and cleaning its shell. These animals work together in ways that benefit each other, a type of interaction called symbiosis or mutualism. Two lookdown (Selene vomer), which are carnivorous fish, are attracted by the smaller fish feeding on the turtle's shell.
Miniature Scale: 1:16
Net Weight: 2 kilograms
Material: Environment-friendly polymers such as acrylic and resin. Nothing is made from any animal or plant source.
Photos and Videos: All are taken for the real objects instead of being computer software simulations.
Note: In the actual diorama you get, there could be slight differences for the position/orientation/appearance of the miniatures compared with those in the pictures and videos. The quality of the product will be the same.