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The Curtain. Filigreed coral  worms with their delicate white tube and their red feathery feeding branches
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted 06:19 CST Today (within the last hour)
Nudibranch Phyllodesmium koehleri
By Oksana Maksymova
posted 03:06 CST Today (3 hours ago)
Azoren rock formation
By Pieter Firlefyn
posted Saturday, January 16, 2021
The Gate keepers. Sandy anemones occur also in gullies and collect passing food with their sticky tentactles. Sand also sticks to its tentacles therefore the name sandy anemones
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted (2 days ago)
Spiral of Life. The fan of the Red fan worm demonstrated the Fibonacci sequence.
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted (3 days ago)
Lionfish on the house reef at Marsa Shagra.
By Shannon Moran
posted (3 days ago)

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I spent some time talking with fish collectors on the main beach in Colombo. Having then been shown the tanks of fish collected from the local waters for sale to the world, more fish than we had seen in a week of diving!
Facts about Not known
  • It is in Sri Lanka
  • Not known is in the Bay of Bengal.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
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Marine Life
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by Ed Whiting
Saved from the nets. Released from a fisherman's net and after time to recover from the cuts, set free again....

by Wayne Jones
Balaenoptera musculus - Blue Whale

by Kin-Soon Cheong
"Torpedo". Blue whale, the largest ever known animal ever lived on earth, cruising pass just below the surface of the sea.

by Suzan Meldonian
The largest mammal ever to live on earth. The Blue Whale

by Robert Smits
Did you know that Brydeswhales are 12-14 m long and that they are a lot smaller than the Blue whale? Although very big, they are extremely nimble and fast. Picture taken under license of the Sri Lankan Government.
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