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Manta Ray   Mobula alfredi

Manta Point  Bali  Indonesia
By Stefan Follows
posted 20:53 CST Today (within the last hour)
When I saw this flatfish in the sand  it looked like a living fossil to me   a story of evolution stamped in the ground at the bottom of the sea. I used natural light with a wide angle lens to capture this shot.
By Shane Jones
posted 18:27 CST Today (2 hours ago)
Gorgonian soft coral shotted in Scilla Calabria Italy
 Canon zoom 10 22mm@16 1/160 f/9 iso400
By Antonio Venturelli
posted 07:17 CST Today (13 hours ago)
Gorgonian Shrimp  Hamodactylus cf. Noumeae
By Oksana Maksymova
posted Yesterday
Atlantic ocean surface
By Pieter Firlefyn
posted Yesterday
Cratena Peregrina nudibranch 
 Canon macro 60 mm 1/200 f/25 iso 400
By Antonio Venturelli
posted Yesterday

Underwater Photo Location: castle Rock

Underwater Photo Location: castle Rock

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During our dives we have encountered amazing marine life, large amounts of sharks, mainly white tip and grey reef, large shoals of jacks, snapper, surgeon fish and fusiliers.
Large groupers can be seen on most dives and we have also seen some of the biggest hump head wrasse we have seen for years. Turtles abound, Manta rays are common and eagle rays, we spotted regularly.

Facts about castle Rock
  • It is in Indonesia
  • castle Rock is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Marchione Giacomo
Beatifulxenocrab Nikon D200, 60micro,twin strobo Komodo 2009

by Christian Nielsen
Whitetip Reef Shark and Diver on Castle Rock, Komodo. Fantastic experience with around 20 Whitetips cruising around and a few Grey Reef Sharks in the distance. Olympus E330, 14-54mm, Single Ikelite DS125 Strobe.

by Marchione Giacomo
Cristal shrimp Nikon D200, 105 micro,twin strobo Castel rock ,Komodo 2009

by Christian Nielsen
Anemonefish on Castle Rock, Komodo. Olympus E330, 14-54mm, single Ikelite DS125 Strobe.

by Adriano Trapani
lionfish used to be one of my favorite subjects, then I kind of forgot about them after having taken countless pictures of them... revival of interest for this "ever green" marine life...

by Christa Van Den Driessche
clownfish in anemone

by Afflitti Gianluca
glass fish

by John Roach
Yellow Boxfish Juv. @ 84 feet SW Horseshoe Bay Rinca/Komodo

by Babula Mikulova

by Stuart Ganz
Ulua on the hunt

by Stuart Ganz
Sweet lips

by Peter Allinson
Pink skunk anemonefish
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