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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Mexico

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The entry after a breach is amazing!!!! Great Whites at Guadalupe Island - MX
Juvenal Flying Fish captured on a black water dive in 1000ft of water off of Cozumel.
Mexican barnacle blenny_El Morro_Vallarta_2021
Sea lions!
Curious octopus.
Cenote Nohoch Nachich in Mexico. Crystal clear, year round 24 degrees C.
The entrance of a cave in Mexico seen from inside the cave. The cave where this picture is taken is called Nohoch Na Chich
Cave diver through the sunlight in a cenote in Mexico
Cenote Chan Hol in Mexico. One of the best places to dive in caves in Mexico.
Cenot Angelita Mexico
Reef shark eye
A blind cave fish and 2 cichliden in a cave in Mexico. The blind cavefish is quite rare, and the cichliden follow divers with their lights inside the cave. The blind fish did not survive the attack. Maybe not the best picture, but it tells a story
Entrance of a cave in Mexico. The cenotes in Mexico are really clear.
The famous entrance of Cenote Carwash in Mexico. The picture is taken from inside the cave.
Water lilies in one of the many cenotes in the Yucatan peninsula.
Mexican barnacle blenny photographed at "El Morro" dive site_ P. Vallarta-Mexico_2021
Only in cenote Zapote in Mexico these kind of speleothems can be found. These bells are really strange and still grow under water where normal stalactites only can grow in dry areas.
Speleothem with diver in the background in the cenote Dos Palmas in Mexico. The caves in Mexico are the best ones in the world.
Hells Bells, the only place in the world where these bells can be found. A unique cenote. These formations grow under water, so are not formed in a dry period. They still grow. The complete mechanism is not understood, but anaeroob bacteria help.
The mysterious 'Hells Bells' in cenote Hells Bells/Zapote Mexico with the mystic sulfur layer. These bells are only found there, nowhere else in the world.
Cenote Nohoch in Mexico. De water is always clear. A very nice cave to dive in.
A magical moment, one of those amazing coincidences by Mother Nature.
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Diving Socorro is a unique experience which can be highly recommended and shall be repeated sometime in the future. The Revillagigedo Island area demonstrates how a healthy environment should look like. Viva la Mexico.
“There’s something below the surface” Dive off the coast of Cancun at M.U.S.A
Sunken Treasure! A Volkswagen Beetle on the ocean floor in Mexico
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