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Cratena nudibranch. A Cratena leaps to reach another twig of hydroids on which to feed and lay its eggs. Taken in July 2024
 Canon100  1/200  f20  iso100
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 Canon60 1/200 f13 iso100
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Underwater Photo Location: The Oslo Fjord

Underwater Photo Location: The Oslo Fjord

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Diving next to the Norwegian capital Oslo.
Facts about The Oslo Fjord
  • It is in Norway
  • The Oslo Fjord is in the Norwegian Sea.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
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by Lill Haugen
You can actually go shark diving in Oslo, Norway.They are not big, OR dangerous, and they are even called Dogfish - but they are still sharks. (Nikon D300).

by Lill Haugen
Tiny amphipode on a hydroide "flower" in the Oslo fjord.

by Lill Haugen
"Underworld" - frilled anemone (Metridium senile) in the shallows in the Oslo fjord in Norway, towards the cold winter sky and naked trees on shore.

by Rune Edvin Haldorsen
Lions mane jelly
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