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The Gate keepers. Sandy anemones occur also in gullies and collect passing food with their sticky tentactles. Sand also sticks to its tentacles therefore the name sandy anemones
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted Yesterday
Spiral of Life. The fan of the Red fan worm demonstrated the Fibonacci sequence.
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted Yesterday
Lionfish on the house reef at Marsa Shagra.
By Shannon Moran
posted Yesterday
centolla crab. canon 60D  canon 60mm lens  two ikelite subtrobe seacam houisng.gardens of the queen.cuba
By Noel Lopez
posted (2 days ago)
Manta Rays in the blue of Indian Ocean
By Oksana Maksymova
posted (2 days ago)
Little and large  taken under government permit
By Arun Madisetti
posted (2 days ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Fang Ming Wreck, La Paz

Underwater Photo Location: Fang Ming Wreck, La Paz

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The Fang Ming was a Chinese fishing vessel that was seized by the authorities for trying to smuggle migrant workers into the US. On-board there were 88 men and seven women kept in a confined space. On 18th November 1999 the 56m long vessel was intentionally sunk to create an artificial reef. It now rests at 21m deep and is host to an abundance of marine life
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Importance: The Fang Ming was the first artificial reef to be intentionally sunk in Latin America
Facts about Fang Ming Wreck, La Paz
Dive types
dayboatwreck

Marine Life
bigsmallturtles


Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Nick Polanszky
Divers exploring the Fang Ming Wreck

by Nick Polanszky
While taking some photos of this Giant Sea Turtle lazing around the Fang Ming Wreck of La Paz, Baja California Sur, this fish just couldn’t help himself but get in on the action. Looks like you got yourself in the photo their little buddy

by Nick Polanszky
Turtle Stare Off on the Fang Ming Wreck

by Nick Polanszky
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