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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The North Sea

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Barrel jellyfish (Rhizostoma pulmo), Zeeland, The Netherlands
Short snouted seahorse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
sap-sucking slug (Elysia viridis), Zeeland, The Netherlands
Hermit @ Zeeland/Netherlands
Goby @ Zeeland/Netherlands
Slender eolis (Flabellina gracilis), Zeeland, The Netherlands
Sepiola atlantica surround with bubbles, Zeeland, The Netherlands
Sepiola atlantica, Lake Grevelingen,Zeeland, The Netherlands
European lobster or common lobster (Homarus gammarus), Zeeland, The Netherlands.
A short-snouted seahorse (Hippocampus hippocampus)under the Zeeland bridge. Double exposure, Oosterschelde, The Netherlands.
Slender eolis (Flabellina gracilis), Zeeland, The Netherlands
Small snakelocks anemone (Sagartiogeton undatus), Zeeland, The Netherlands
Juvenile lumpsucker(Cyclopterus lumpus), Zeeland, The Netherlands
Moon jellyfish(Aurelia aurita), Zeeland, The Netherlands.
shag-rug aeolis (Aeolidia papillosa), Zeeland, The Netherlands.
Compass jellyfish(Chrysaora hysoscella), Zeeland, The Netherlands.
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A curled octopus is out late afternoon.
A black goby watching his eggs
From the light
A Small snakelocks anemone (Sagartiogeton undatus)captured a Sea gooseberry (Pleurobrachia pileus) while a Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita)is passing by. Double exposure in camera.
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Alien - a Goninemus vertens from the North Sea. The jellyfish was introduced to Euope about 1900, probably imported with oysters for farming. In Norway, it was first observed near Oslo (about 1920). Luckilly low risk on other nature.
A swimming hydromedusa make me feel like I'm looking at something in space. They are really cool
A hysdromedusa in open sea, Randarg, Norway
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