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Butterfly taken in Bermuda with Olympus TG-4
By Steve Dolan
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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Atlantic (North American coastal)

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Butterfly taken in Bermuda with Olympus TG-4 by Steve Dolan
Butterfly taken in Bermuda with Olympus TG-4
2 Votes
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Molly Miller Blenny, Scartella cristata, Jupiter, Florida by Pauline Walsh Jacobson
Molly Miller Blenny, Scartella cristata, Jupiter, Florida
3 Votes
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Sand Tiger Shark on Aeolus wreck, off Morehead City, NC
11 Votes
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Sand Tiger Shark on Aeolus wreck
13 Votes
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This statue was mounted to the sea floor off Key Largo FL... by Steven Anderson
This statue was mounted to the sea floor off Key Largo FL in 1965 and still sits in 25 feet of water to this day.
13 Votes
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Red-Ridged Clinging Crab, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
5 Votes
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Dark Mantis Shrimp and coral Polyps, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
8 Votes
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Juvenile Cushion Sea Star, less than 1 inch, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
9 Votes
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Molly Miller Blenny, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida
5 Votes
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Lomanotus vermiformis Nudibranch, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
4 Votes
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Whitespeckled Hermit Crab, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
13 Votes
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Sea Slug, Oxynoe antellarum, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
6 Votes
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Sand tiger sharks on the Aeolus wreck, North Carolina
13 Votes
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Coral Reef Scene, Elbow Reef, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo, Florida, USA
5 Votes
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The remains of U-352, North Carolina coast
17 Votes
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Sand Tiger Shark cruises at a slow pace by me during a di... by Steven Anderson
Sand Tiger Shark cruises at a slow pace by me during a dive on the wreck of the Aeolus off N. Carolina.
11 Votes
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Oyster Blenny in it's barnacle home, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
3 Votes
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little MANATEE by Vladimir Chubenko
little MANATEE
17 Votes
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Sea Slug, Elysia Clarki, Rowells Park, Key Largo, Florida
4 Votes
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Hammerhead sharks are one of my favorite sharks to photog... by Steven Anderson
Hammerhead sharks are one of my favorite sharks to photograph .... love the angle they swim.
6 Votes
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Skilletfish, Gobiesox strumosus, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
4 Votes
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The Great Hammerhead Shark is an amazing shark and unfort... by Steven Anderson
The Great Hammerhead Shark is an amazing shark and unfortunately under human threat due to its large dorsal fin and the fin trade
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16 Votes
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Silky Sharks get their name from their smooth silky skin.... by Steven Anderson
Silky Sharks get their name from their smooth silky skin.... They are pelagic sharks and like the deep water. This image was taken in the Gulf Stream off Jupiter FL
12 Votes
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Seaweed Blenny on Cushion Sea Star, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
3 Votes
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Batfish, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
7 Votes
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Tiny Brittle Star on a Cushion Sea Star, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
7 Votes
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Dry Rocks Reef, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo, Florida
3 Votes
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