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A lovely bunch of....social feather duster worms.
a "fly by" to say hi. taken under permit
Sperm whales just hanging out and being social (under permit)
Sperm whale dropping to between 4-600m to feed on squid. (taken under permit)
Freediver and Sperm Whale. (image taken under permit)
Rush hour.
Sperm Whales off the Commonwealth of Dominica, (taken under permit)
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one mans trash is another mans treasure. Floating 3 miles offshore was this tiny seahorse.
taken under permit
You cannot pass. Sperm whale playfully puts itself between me and the boat. (under permit)
"Im ready for my close up now"....Sperm whale taken under permit
social sperm whales (taken under permit)
Sperm whale spyhopping and playing at the surface;.
Among giants. Snorkeler and Sperm Whale. (Taken under permit)
Perfect conditions out, Sleeping whale and snorkeler. Taken under government permit.
Mother and calf. Newborn calves are able to descend to feed at between 4-800m within 4 months, but not for long. Image taken under government issued permit.
Sleeping giants.
Sperm whales shut down half their brains and sleep in a "head up" position about 5-10m from the surface. Taken freediving under government permit.
Someday, we're all going to dive. Global warming is not a joke
taken under permit somewhere far out to sea
Moving house
Spotted scorpion fish, single light (no snoot)
Small crab among coral polyps under UV
Spotted goatfish under blacklight
Star eye hermit crab under UV
Some day we're all gonna dive. Under the sargassum
image taken under government permit
A boquet of worms (Social feather dusters)
Peacock flounder
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