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Bearded fireworm fluorescing under blacklight.
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Blenny crawling through the seagrass

Macro motion blur of a long striped blenny fish sitting on a ledge full of seagrass. Nikon D90  105mm  ISO 100  f/22  1/8s. Ikelite housing and dual DS51 strobes.
By Arnau Argemi
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By Jérome Mirande
posted Yesterday
Big eye   
Portrait Squirrelfish 
Nikon D7200 
tamron 60mm  kenko teleconverter 1.4
By Magali Marquez
posted Yesterday
A sleepy Green Sea Turtle lazily peeks out of one eye to see who s watching  quickly returning to napping.
By Naomi Rose
posted Yesterday

Underwater Photo Location: Neptune Islands, Port Lincoln Sth Australia.

Underwater Photo Location: Neptune Islands, Port Lincoln Sth Australia.

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shot taken while diving with Rodney Fox shark expeditions Port Lincoln Sth Australia with an Olympus e - 520 and Olympus strobe.
Facts about Neptune Islands, Port Lincoln Sth Australia.

by Steve Wright
shot taken while diving with Rodney Fox shark expeditions Port Lincoln Sth Australia.

by Christine Hamilton
"What Big Teeth You Have !" Great White Shark

by Christine Hamilton
Great White

by Christine Hamilton

by Sam Cahir
Watching Great Whites in their natural environment (in this case down at 26 metres) is an incredible site. On this dive we had 5 GW's encircle us including this 4.5m male. Certainly made getting back to the surface interesting.

by Sam Cahir
Meet Chainsaw the little 3.5m Great White. The lens make him look small but he's a feisty little bugger. Chainsaw has a huge chunk out of his head (unfortunately the other side from this pic) and really does look he's been in the wars.

by Christine Hamilton
What Big Teeth You Have !

by Sam Cahir
'White Tip' the 4.5m male Great White. Taken during a scientific expedition to deploy acoustic listening stations (to track tagged GWS) in the North Neptune Islands, South Australia. 3 December 2011.

by Sam Cahir
'Shaggy'. This 4m Great White cruised in while we were deploying acoustic listening stations to track GWS movements in the Neptune Islands, South Australia.

by Christine Hamilton
Smile !

by Christine Hamilton
Great White in the Sunlight

by Sam Cahir
Majesty - This shot shows a female white shark showing dominance towards another white shark (if you look hard you can see the other one in front of her nose). The lowered pecs is not an aggressive sign but does show she is the more dominent

by Sam Cahir
Scream - Paris the Short Fin Mako taken at North Neptune Island, South Australia.This feisty sub 3m female mako shark turned up during a Great White Shark tagging trip chasing away a 5m Great White. She loved the camera just like Paris Hilton

by Sam Cahir
Smile!! - This cute sub 5m female Great White has the perfect smile. This photo I particularly like as it gives her some character and goes a long way to dispelling the myth caused by all the open mouth aggressive GWS shots.

by Matt Hutchinson
Great White Shark. Neptune Islands South Australia.

by Chloé Marechal
Great shark. Picture was taken with a sony nex 5 and nauticam housing during an trip with Rodney fox shark expedition.

by Kim Ramsay
Great white shark darts past during a Neptune island sunset. Photo taken with Olympus OMD1 Markii.

by Joshua Schellenberg
A great white comes in close to check out my camera
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