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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Atlantic (African coastal)

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nudi in the breeze
A nudist and sea horse
Fire worm eyes
Free ride
Ornate amphipod on a frilled nudibranch
Blue striped hermit Crab in its hide away
Nice shot of the eyes
Grasping Arms
The basket star is also known as the jewel of the ocean due to its complex patterns. It has outstretched arms to adhere itself to a palmate fan and also to catch drifting food.
Shades of Gold.
Although common to the Cape Peninsula waters this particular gas flame nudibranch put on an amazing technicolor dreamcoat
walking with brilliancy
The walking sea-anemone is unique to the Cape Peninsula. It is covered in red papillae and is a voracious predator of the multicolor sea-fan.
Neri and it’s eyes!
Violet Spotted sea=anemone uniques to the waters of the Cape Peninsula, South Africa.
The Crowned Nudibranch occurs on both sides of the Cape peninsula
Love this guy!
Bed of Roses > Sea anemone surrounded by multicolored seafan
Candy nudibranch - Cuthona sp. There are so many colour combinations of this tiny nudibranch but this is one of my favourite!
A Benny taking a pose!
Yellow variant of the feather duster worm adds color the already colorful reef
The Coral Nudibranch is unique to False Bay, Cape Peninsula, South Africa and further east. It derives its name from feeding on soft coral.
Colorful reef @False bay, Simon's town, South-Africa.
Sunrise Sunset
The golden colors of a sea anemone in the chilly 10 degrees Celsius of the Atlantic Ocean at a depth of 15 metres
Sandy sea-anemone at Star walls dive site. probably endemic to South African waters. May walk around
Fast Food.

Gas flame nudibranch feeds at the opening of a squirt
The rare walking sea anemone unique to the Cape Peninsula with scarlet lines radiating from the mouth outwards
The hide away
Klipvis in a palmate sea fan
The beautiful colors of juvenile abalone in an abalone nursery
Waves of beauty
Frilled Nudibranch unique to the Cape Peninsula, South Africa
1428 Entries Found: Page 9  of  53

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