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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Red Sea

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lionfish
Barracudattack!
My girlfriend and I have been very aggressively charged by a solitary giant barracuda. It was showing teeth and swimming very fast around us. But at some point I saw the hook in its mouth... maybe it wanted help? Did't risk my fi...
Reef scene near Thuwal, Saudi Arabia.
Coral Macro smile
Cauliflower Jellyfish in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.
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Sea Turtle in the Red Sea
Wrasse and Butterflyfish
Geometric moray (Gymnothorax griseus) 
Goniobranchus annulatus
Coral Shot with a Sony RX100 VI and UWL-09 Lens by Tal Mor
by: Tal Mor
Coral Shot with a Sony RX100 VI and UWL-09 Lens
Idiomysis sp.
dugong is having lunch
turtle
wreckdiver
Red Sea Anemone Fish guarding its eggs.
Taken with G7X MkII, Fantasea Housing, 2x Inon S2000
Croc fish in the red sea
Lionfish on the house reef at Marsa Shagra.
Coral macro, Red Sea
enjoyce swimming gracefully, sharm el sheik egypt
Sinai
Tank
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The Tank
Crown Jellyfish/Photographed with a Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye lens at Abu Dabab, Egypt and converted to black-and-white
The Tank...
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