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The Sea Clown Nudibranch  Triopha catalinae  is one of the most vividly colored nudibranch that can be found here in BC  Canada.
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A Lions mane jelly over the eelgrass grounds at Kosterhavet marine reserve. Tje area make an important nusery for the fish in the Skagerak area.
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diver and church
By Jun Ouyang
posted Monday, June 18, 2018

Underwater Photo Location: Cenote El Pit Q roo

Underwater Photo Location: Cenote El Pit Q roo

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Facts about Cenote El Pit Q roo
Dive types
cave


Diving facilities
nitrox

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Francisco F Kyle
Trasicion

by Oktay Calisir
Cenote "The Pit" - The Abyss...

by Ernesto Ortega
This is taken at a "Cenote" that is 200 ft. deep, the raylight reaches till 100 ft. making the best show of light in the water.

by Martin Ferak
The Diver

by Chris Miskavitch
"The Pit" Cenote in Mexico, Divers enter the Halocline below while their bubbles give a sense of the depth. Divers at the top take in the view before they exit.

by Chris Miskavitch
Light in front of this diver as he comes out of the shadow of the over-hang created a silhouette shot.

by Chris Miskavitch
Divers with whale shark

by Chris Miskavitch
Divers in the cenote "The Pit" Mexico

by Oktay Calisir
Divers decompressing after a cave dive in the Cenote 'The Pit'...Olympus OM-D EM-1, Panasonic 8mm f3.5 Fisheye.

by Oktay Calisir
Divers descending into 'The Pit' - Olympus OM-D EM-1, Panasonic 8mm f3.5 Fisheye.

by Karen Smith
This image was taken at 'The Pit Cenote' in Tulum, Mexico. Freedivers were practicing as I took the image. One waiting on a rock while the other diver ascends. The hydrogen sulfate layer can be seen below at 90ft.

by Alejandro Topete
Divers in the Pit, Cenote Pit, Playa del Carmen México

by Alejandro Topete
Estalactites in the Pit, Tulum México

by Alejandro Topete
Divers in the PIT, Tulum México
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