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By Mehmet Salih Bilal
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A good example of a relationship between the Imperial Shrimp and a large nudibranch. The shrimp will ride on the nudibranch  receiving transportation  getting exposed to larger areas with more potential food sources while using less energy.
By Hani Omar
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Sipadan island and a diver.
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posted Saturday, October 20, 2018
Usually the squat shrimp is not easy to photograph because it keeps bouncing as if it is squatting. This one was cooperating
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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Tony Cherbas

Krackafat on the calm side
Krackafat on the calm side by Tony Cherbas
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Posted: Sunday, December 22, 2013- (12/22/2013 8:15:00 PM)
Category: Wide Angle - Close Focus
location: Bismarck Sea Papua New Guinea
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message this message is importantKrackafat? Seriously? That's hilarious!

 
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message Yea, I guess the site was named by MV Febrina's captain, Alan Raabe, describing how one can crack a fatty on this a amazing, current swept, big action dive. This shot was taken on the protected side.
 
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