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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By David Cothran

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Clione limacina, a pteropod or sea butterfly, photographed in Hornsund, Spitsbergen.  There was a bizzard of zooplankton in the water that day - you can just make out some calanoid copepods in the water around the pteropod.
By David Cothran
posted Tuesday, November 24, 2009
22 votes

A large crinoid, Promachocrinus kerguelensis; fairly common around the Antarctic Peninsula.  This individual is about 80cm (32in) across, swimming with a beautiful coordinated motion of its arms.
By David Cothran
posted Wednesday, November 25, 2009
22 votes

Antarctic octocoral, Paragorgia sp. photographed in Stromness Bay, South Georgia, where Sir Earnest Shackleton completed his heroic journey to find rescue for his men.  This delicate species is fairly uncommon at the sites I dive.
By David Cothran
posted Friday, November 27, 2009
10 votes

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Antarctic octocoral, Paragorgia sp. photographed in Stromness Bay, South Georgia, where Sir Earnest Shackleton completed his heroic journey to find rescue for his men. This delicate species is fairly uncommon at the sites I dive.
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A large crinoid, Promachocrinus kerguelensis; fairly common around the Antarctic Peninsula. This individual is about 80cm (32in) across, swimming with a beautiful coordinated motion of its arms.
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Clione limacina, a pteropod or sea butterfly, photographed in Hornsund, Spitsbergen. There was a bizzard of zooplankton in the water that day - you can just make out some calanoid copepods in the water around the pteropod.
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