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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Michael Gallagher

Leopard shark with a trio of remoras, Byron Bay, Australia
Leopard shark with a trio of remoras, Byron Bay, Australia by Michael Gallagher

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Posted: Friday, September 16, 2011- (9/16/2011 3:45:00 PM)
Category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
location: Pacific Australia
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message this message is importantOutstanding photo. I think these sharks are so beautiful but I have never been able to get a shot against blue water, only layong on the bottom.
Thanks for sharing the photo, Marylin B
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message Thanks a lot Marylin - glad you like it - they normally just lay on the bottom but at Byron Bay at a particular time of year they can be quite active, possibly breeding season... cool
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message amazing shot- got my vote!
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