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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From South Africa

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Crossing a ray
Waves of beauty
Frilled Nudibranch unique to the Cape Peninsula, South Africa
A star was born
A juvenile basket star on a palmate sea fan
The entrance of Cathedral. Aliwal Shoal
The colorful mantle of a giant sea clam
Lost in flight by an unknown bird
Mola mola - sun fish
Spotlight - A coral nudibranch with snooted Inon Z240 and blue snoot torch
Oceanic Blacktip shark cruising on Aliwal Shoal
Study of a basket star. We were blessed with so many subjects on Hakskeen today, but this one stood out the best.
We found this small octopus at a depth of 28 metres while diving yesterday on the Astor Wreck. A chilly 10 degrees Celsius
Goby peeping out of its sponge home at a depth of 30 m
Ghost Rider
A ghost nudibranch is taking a free ride on West Coast Lobster. Ghost nudibranchs are unique to South African waters of the Cape Peninsula
Baby seal far away from its colony. Most likely to rest before returning to the sea.
Wiggle Dancer
The continuous movement of a twobar clownfish in a sea anemone increases the seawater circulation and hence increases its growth and supply of nutrients to its host.
Counting someone else's eggs.
Black nudibranch inspecting a snail's eggs
Colorful Klipvis in its red Palmate fan hideout
The building blocks of a coral reef
Striped anemone shooting out white sticky defensive threads
Striped anemone shooting out white sticky defensive threads
Hotlips is one of the two spider crabs unique to South African waters. It derived its name from red markings arounnd its mouth
Hotlips spider crab is unique to South African waters It derives its name from the red markings around its mouth
Basket star on a sea fan. I love the contrast colors
Brittle stars interwoven with cold water coral, forming a display of color and texture
The orange-red spiral of a red tube worm
The cape Rock Crab is ever present at dive sites
The different colors and texture of a polished abalone
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