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Pillar of Life.

Pristine marine life covering the bare metal of the PMB wreck sunken as  an artificial reef.
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This is a photo of a photo of a pink scorpionfish waiting for his prey beside hard corals. They re naturally ugly  it took much effort to beautify this one. Taken in Coconut Site  Anilao  Batangas.
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Lumpsucker
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Hippocampus fuscus attached to Sabella pavonina
By Athanassios Lazarides
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Qatar Underwater Photo Sites

Qatar flag
Qatari flag
Qatar climate graphQatar map
Qatar flag Qatar has a total land surface area of 11437 Sq Km (4416 Sq miles)
Qatar is part of Middle East
  • The currency used in Qatar is Qatari Rial
  • The language of Qatar is Arabic (official), English commonly used
  • The capital of Qatar is Doha
  • The time in Qatar is 22:13
  • The coastline of Qatar is 563 kilometres (349 miles)

The climate in Qatar is arid; mild, pleasant winters; very hot, humid summers

Qatar Underwater Photo Sites
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sealine, Qatar
Doba wreck, Qatar
qatar, sealine, Qatar
Ruble Tower, Qatar
Parclies, Qatar
Inland Sea South Qatar, Qatar
Sealine beach, Qatar, Qatar
New club Reef Qatar South, Qatar
Golden Beach Qatar South, Qatar
Goldern beach, Qatar
Khour Eloudied Inland Sea, Qatar
Shrimps@night, Qatar
Khour el Odied Inland Sea, Qatar
Old Club Reef The golden beach, Qatar
Old Club Reef South Qatar, Qatar
OCR Golden Beach, Qatar
Old Club Reef South Qatar, Qatar
Qatar Old Club Reef, Qatar
OCR, Qatar
M/O Wreck, Qatar
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