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Big eye amphipod  Hyperia galba living inside a Compass jellyfish Chrysaora hysoscella
By Filip Staes
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Hermaea bifida  Lake Grevelingen  Zeeland  The Netherlands
By Filip Staes
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planet OCEAN ... false bay in South Africa  plenty of life in all colours
By Claudia Weber-Gebert
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Weduweroos  sagartiogeton undatus always around
By Eduard Bello
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Only 8mm long...
By Hansruedi Wuersten
posted 03:44 CST Today (10 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Cap de Creus

Underwater Photo Location: Cap de Creus

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For me the best natural reserve of Spain in front of The Medas. A lot of fantastic dives sites, and the unbelievable "Massa De Oro" that must be like the pioneers in diving discovered the Mediterranean water at last 40'
Facts about Cap de Creus
  • It is in Spain
  • Cap de Creus is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
shorecavewall

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksdolphinscoralshoalsstinging

Diving facilities
airnitroxfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendly

by Fuster Luc
The doris dalmatian can not be confused with any other species of nudibranch. Can reach 10 centimeters, spanish divers call him "the sea cow" .It's also the emblem of http://doris.ffessm.fr the biology french web site with identification sheets.

by Giroudon Jean-Pierre
Cratea-Perigrina

by Giroudon Jean-Pierre
A tylodina eating its favourite sponge

by Giroudon Jean-Pierre
A crabe in an anemona to protect it.

by Giroudon Jean-Pierre
A giant doris

by Daniel Strub
tripterygion
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