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Ambon scorpionfish in Anilao

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Caribbean Sea

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Coral a green sponge in the Caribbean Sea. Cozumel.
Dancing with myself.....
Cute but scared. Am I friend or foe?
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Lettuce Sea Slug, Elysia crispata, Bonaire
Sponge/Photographed at Majahual, Costa Maya, Mexico
Sponge With Fish/Photographed at Costa Maya, Mexico.
Lionfish/Photographed at Costa Maya, Mexico
Pike
Elephant Ear Sponge/Photographed at Belize.
Azure sponge/Photographed on a fast drift dive at The Pitons, St. Lucia.
Tubing
Jardines reef dive, Playa del Carmen
A boquet of worms (Social feather dusters)
Otoch Ha cave
Jardines reef garden,Playa del Carmen
Mr Stoic
Rusty Goby
Priolepis hipoliti
Bonaire Netherlands Antilles
Peacock flounder
Parking for pregnant fathers only
down the line, cave Otoch Ha, Mexico
stalagmite with diver, cave diving, Mexico
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Jardines reef dive, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Arrow Crab
Stenorhynchus seticornis
Bonaire
Pick-up Sticks....arrow crab and longspine sea urchin
Great Hammerheads are quick and come in fast when hunting. This image was taken at Tiger Beach - an awesome spot to find lots of sharks in the Bahamas
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particular shape of stalactite photographed at Otoch Ha, Mexico
"Hide and Seek" The Great Hammerhead shark's favorite food is stingray. Stingrays try to counter this by hiding under the sand, but the hammerheads can sense the electrical signals emitting from their bodies.
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