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Periclimenes imperator
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By Julian Hsu
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By Patrick Verbustel
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Reef Cuttlefish   Sepia latimanus

Bali  Indonisia
By Stefan Follows
posted 06:32 CST Today (15 hours ago)
La belle vie
By Jérome Mirande
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Humpback Whale at the Silverbanks
By Mathias Weck
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Octopus hidden in a rock  photographed with lens 60 mm
By Antonio Venturelli
posted 00:45 CST Today (21 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Scuba Seraya

Underwater Photo Location: Scuba Seraya

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Facts about Scuba Seraya
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by Gregory Sin
Cleaning. Luck.

by Tracey Jennings
Although orang-utan crabs are normally found on bubble coral and tulamben there is no bubble coral and instead they look like they are in the jungle

by John Parker
Pygmy Bargabanti

by Tracey Jennings
Breath of life

by Tracey Jennings
with eggs

by Tracey Jennings
Orangutan crab

by Tracey Jennings
Scuba arrays rhinopias

by Tracey Jennings
Seraya Secrets

by Robert Smits
This honeycomb moray eel (Muraena melanotis) was being cleaned at a cleaning station in Bali. I used a snoot to light the right side of the face, giving depth to the image, while my left strobe was on min power to get just the littlest of fill light.

by Robert Smits
The nudibranch, which is kind of an underwater snail, cannot be compared to their land-based counterparts in any way, due to colours and the way they look, from very very small, to pretty big. So far, about 3000 species of nudibranch are known.

by Robert Smits
I really love clownfish, especcially when they are in a nice-coloured anemone. Did you know that clownfish co-exist with the anomone? Other predators get stung by the anemone, except for the clownfish, they in turn, keep the anemone clean!

by Robert Smits
Did you know that hermitcrabs have 'social networks' to find new shells? When a hermitcrab finds a new, bigger shell, different individuals, will gather around and form a waiting line from big to small? They move into a bigger 'home'
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