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  • It is in Indonesia
  • - is in the Bali Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.




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by Irwin Ang
B L A C K & Y E L L O W 
Nudibranch (Costasiella sp.4)
 East Lombok, Indonesia. - A.T.G 2300 Video Light attached glass optic snoot courtesy of 
FunDive UW Photo Equipment / 樂潛水中攝影器材

by Tony Ho
This is the light that has been trying to catch on the ocean floor.

by Steve Taylor
Lion fish portrait

by Charles Rawlings
Ovulid face on a soft coral bush taken in a one knot current at approximately 80 feet.

by Charles Rawlings
Recently rediscovered Psychedelic Frogfish. A pair discovered under a coral head at 30 feet.

by Leena Roy
Having a rest

by Leena Roy
Say aaaah

by Anna Ewa Manzel
Actually on this small green branch there were 4 nudies from the same type. But I guess this is the best photo from this encounter.

by Jill Smith
The eye of a flathead crocodilefish. I felt, rather than saw his departure right after I snapped this shot; his eyelashes are just gorgeous!

by Leena Roy
Under the pier

by Marco Caraceni
Policheti e platelminti
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