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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Norway

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Lions mane jelly
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Fjordia lineata
Cumanotis beaumonti
Out swimming
Edible crab
D/S Sao Paulo. This is the European version of Thistlegorm. But in it´s almost original condition as nothing is touched due to its still "unknown" position.
It was a cargo ship for the Nazi invasion of Norway in 1940. It is full of war material a...
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Caugt - These are caught to serve as cleaner fish in salmon farms. The cleaning starions for wild fish will therefore dissapear.
In the green
Diver and lions mane jelly
Sao Paulo supply ship for the invasion of Norway, sank in 1940 few hours after the invasion.
Hydromedusa
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A hydromedusa with hitchikers
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The mouth of an anemone
Lions mane jellyfish with whitting
Limacia Clavigera With mitakon 4.5:1 supermacro
Anglerfish / Monkfiosh
Nudibranch saté - Fjordia chriskaugei
Parat WW2 wreck in Norway, laying on 60m depth.
Oldenburg WW2 wreck, but was a german Raider ship in WW1 where she captured and sanked 42 ships.
The picture is taken on 75meter depth.
Konsul Carl Fisser WW2 wreck in Ålesund, Norway.
The wreck is laying from 20-60meter depth.
Underwater rugby, Norwegian series A, 4. round 2019 between Akkaren and Egersund.
KNM Uller was a flat-iron gunboat built in 1876. She was later rebuilt as a minelayer and captured by the Germans when they invaded Norway on April 9, 1940 and sunk by British airforce.
Physophora hydrostatica is known as a deep-sea Jellyfish
Mosel WW2 wreck laying on 60meter depht in Norway.
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A bunch of business leaders were jumping into the 4C water in Oslo to mark a support for the kids in climate strike. ,
Shrimp´s eye
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Give me a hug
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