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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Maldives

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Squadron
Manta
A magic moment a few years ago. This beauty appearing as a big shadow in the blue and slowly passing right by.
Maalhos Thila site full of soft corals at 20_24 meters
Humbugs in Motion
Man vs Wild / Shot from this years visit to Maldives. Dive sight is Alimatha resort Jetty. Nurse shark passing under our dive boat captured during our softly stop.
Little pipefish
Nice to meet you!
Picasso
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I was amazed by the marine life in the Maldives. The Morey Eel was the perfect model.
Clown fish hide and seek, with Nikon 1 camera and Nikon strobe
Mantas In flight formation
Composition
Hello friendly Nemo
Life goes on...
The Coral Cruncher and Guests
Mutual Interest- Food
Сouple
Nurse shark by night. Camera: Nikon D750, Lense: AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/1.8G, Housing: Easydive Leo 3, Aperture f/10, Shutter Speed 1/125
May I clean your teeth?
Dispersion
Anemonefishes are specialised damselfishes that have adapted to living in a symbiotic relatonship with anemones, to such extent that they are rarely seen away from their host. Here you can see Maldives own anemonefishes
Tridacna - is a genus of large saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in the subfamily Tridacninae, the giant clams.Have heavy shells, fluted with 4 to 6 folds.Can weigh more than 200 kilograms nd have an average lifespan in the wild of over 100 yr
Can you see a fish on this picture?
Scorpaenidae (also known as the scorpionfish) very well camouflaged, venomous, dangerous, and even fatal to humans. It is one of the most venomous fish known.
Orange Anemone
This photo was taken on a house reef in the Maldives, in an attempt contrast the beauty at the surface and the devastation of the coral bleaching below. It's hopefully an alarming, appealing and educational photo at the same time.
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Black beauty
Octopus on the Reef
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