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Underwater Photo Location: malapascua

Underwater Photo Location: malapascua

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mandarin fish
Facts about malapascua
  • It is in Philippines
  • malapascua is in the Philippine Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
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by Jagwang Koo
Mating of Mandarin fish Canon 5D Mark2 Sea&Sea Housing With YS-250 2EA

by Jörg Menge
Outrigger Boat ...between the dives...barbecue on the beach. Cheers Jörg

by Jörg Menge
GOBY Wire Coral Goby - Bryaninops youngei - Drahtkorallen-Zwerggrundel

by Nadya Kulagina
Eye to Eye

by Yagit Diver

by Yagit Diver
Hoplodoris estrelyado

by Paul Flandinette
The Spanish Dancer has to be one of the most thrilling of nudibranchs to encounter. Taken with Nikon 17-55 at 38mm, f18, 1/125

by Mark Pacey
Local kids swimming

by Afflitti Gianluca
sea horse

by Mark Pacey
Thresher Shark at Monad Shoal

by Eugene Lim
Mating Mandarin Fish - Malapascua, Philippines

by Eugene Lim
Nudibranch - Malapascua, Philippines

by Jonathan Sala
two is better than one...

by Christian Nielsen
Porcelain crab shot with my 105 mm macro

by Gang Song
curly blond house

by Elly Jeurissen
Purple Urchin Shrimp (Stegopontonia commensalis) @ Malapascua, Philippines 2014 Canon G12 in Canon WP-DC34 UW-housing, Inon UCL-165 macro lens, single strobe Sea&Sea YS-01. F8; 1/250 sec.; ISO 80

by Rasmus Raahauge
On a divesite called Pantaw Pantaw near Malapascua we came across this funny and beautiful small flamboyant octopus

by Qunyi Zhang
Thresher Shark,at Malapasqua Philippines.

by Jan Wouters
Pelagic Thresher Shark (Alopias pelagicus)
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