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Underwater Photo Location: Bergse Diepsluis, The Netherlands

Underwater Photo Location: Bergse Diepsluis, The Netherlands

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Tidal waters but not a lot of current here.
Facts about Bergse Diepsluis, The Netherlands
  • It is in Netherlands
  • Bergse Diepsluis, The Netherlands is in the North Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shorenightdrysuit

Marine Life
smallshoals



by Maurits Kolsteren
After some heavy weather the visibility was very poor. This poor shrimp still had to do a lot of cleaning.

by Eduard Bello
A lot around in the dutch waters

by Eduard Bello
Something small

by Eduard Bello
Lobster around

by Eduard Bello
Great lobster

by Eduard Bello
Doorschijnende zakpijp, ciona intestinalis with veranderlijke steurgarnaal, palaemon serratus

by Eduard Bello
Jelly fish (oorkwal)

by Eduard Bello
Couple cuttlefish, 2nd time thus summer, eggssetting during time.

by Eduard Bello
Picture taken during a contest onk. Lobster protecting his territoria hole.

by Eduard Bello
Young (snotolf) Cyclopterus lumpus, just 4 cm, spotted at a depth of 3 m.

by Eduard Bello
Cuttlefish...

by Florence Van Gaever
I wanted to create the illusion with this photo that this slug is crawling through a hoop...
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