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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Flores Sea

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Reef scene at Tetawa Besar, Komodo
Fire Urchin in the Komodo Islands
Hawkfish with parasite, Pengah Kecil, Komodo
Meet Mr. Crocodile
Nudibranch Love
Scythe Triggerfish in the Komodo Islands
Beautiful Cuttlefish in the Komodo Islands changing colors as I take his photo.
Ocean Art 4
big eye
goby (Bryaniops amplus) on whip coral
Magnificent Humpback Wrasse in the Komodo Islands, Indonesia
Titan Triggerfish - stay clear of this guy...right!
snub nose
whip coral (xeno-) spidercrab
(Xenocarcinus tuberculatus)
Xena Crab
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Happy Kids with home made googles
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Porcelain crab on the branch of a sea pen. Backlight. Komodo, Indonesia.
It's always difficult to find this rare looking fish!
"Dancing Dartfish" in the Komodo Islands of Indoneia.
On a live aboard journey from Flores to Bali, this friendly Cuttlefish came so close to me. It almost felt like he was saying, "hi... nice to meet you!" Nikon D7000 / ISO 400 / 60mm / f 16 / 1/160 sec
Hypnotized
Spinecheek Anemonefish (female)-- Premnas biaculeatus
slender spongegoby (Phyllogobius platycephalops)
on a colorful hard coral
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Clam garden
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Details
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Bad Hair day.. heavy current in the shallows
Glass Houses... prisoner or happy homeowner?
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Orangutan crab.. always on Bubble coral.
Living in Glass Houses.. l've seen these Salp often, but never noticed a fish living inside before.
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Lion fish may be the new Kings of the Caribbean, but in the Coral Triangle they are just another shy fish.
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