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A still goby looking at me with curiosity. The gobies usually stay within their territory in the rock but will go out and explore occasionally as in this photo taken at the Aquarium dive site _Havelock island_India_2023
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Underwater Photo Location: Red Sea (unknown name)

Underwater Photo Location: Red Sea (unknown name)

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Found in 2 different dives. Don't know exactly where but it was the Red Sea in Egypt.
Facts about Red Sea (unknown name)
  • It is in Egypt
  • Red Sea (unknown name) is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Dray Van Beeck
Friends.... 2 hawksbill turtles joined together.

by Alexander Nikolaev

by Alexander Nikolaev
Red sea, Egypt.

by Alexander Nikolaev
Diver with turtle. Camera Sony DSC-T30

by Dray Van Beeck
Open wide.

by Dray Van Beeck
Ocean view.

by Dray Van Beeck
Family Slug on a sunday afternoon.

by Debi Henshaw
Hello My name is RAY :o)

by Dray Van Beeck
Puff eye (no cropping)

by Dmitry Starostenkov
Sleeping parrotfish allowed me to shoot its compelling patterns, colors and wonderful teeth.

by Steven Miller
a 4 ft. dome and willingness to get in at night with whitetips would be necessary for this perspective.. I don't have either :-) just photoshop on a rainy day

by Steven Miller
Muscles... so fast.

by Steven Miller
Classic form, get close- shoot up.

by Steven Miller
Blast off. Dolphin always look cute and cuddly in pictures. Swimming with them they convey pure power, and the intelligence to know they needn't fear anything in the Ocean. I wonder why they are friendly to humans.-we've never done anything for them
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