Coral Shripfish Aeoliscus strigatus, also known as the razorfish, is a member of the family Centriscidae of the order Syngnathiformes. This unique fish adopts a head-down tail-up position as an adaptation for hiding among sea urchin spines. The razorfish is found in coastal waters in the Indo-Pacific, ranging from the central Indian Ocean to the Red Sea to Hawaii. Its natural habitat includes beds of sea grass and coral reefs, where sea urchins are found.
Wikipedia doesn’t have an article on the Networked pipefish. This small delicate pipefish was found in shallow water in Naama Bay.
Wikipedia has no article on Seagrass Ghost Pipefish. Also know as Robust ghost pipefish. The seagrass name comes from the ability to camouflage itself among seagrass by changing its color to green.