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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Celebes Sea

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tongue-eating parasite (Cymothoa exigua) inside the mouth of a poor clownfish
(this isotopic parasite grows an inch in length and replaces the host's tongue)
Rhinopias eschmeyeri
Manta rays, passing in surface.
bumble bee shrimp
Manta and jaws
Komodo , manta point
Nikon D800e , 17/35mm , two strobo
The joy of seeing a juvenile green turtle being released.
bad mood...
(Costasiella usagi)
Lembeh Seadragon (Kyonemichthys rumengani)
Hanging gardens, Sipadan.
School of jacks
(backlit with bluelight and snooted)
Fallen tree on Sipadan beach.
Sponge, butterfly fish, diver, whitetip shark......the last two I just found on the screen during post
spiny tiger shrimp - Lembeh
Healthy coral reefs like this one are becoming less common. Coral bleaching events are increasingly frequent, and ocean acidification and pollutants are other problems that corals are facing. But coral reefs support 25% of marine species.
This cutie goes by the name of "Chromodoris dianae"
Barracudas and diver
the model´s pose
(snooted tiger shrimp @ Lembeh)
also moonlit: click here
moonstruck - lunar eclipse
coleman shrimps
side by side
Jacks in motion
bluering octopus
wait for feeding
Crocodile fish staring at me from the reef in Wakatobi
A view of the shallows on a beautiful Wakatoobi reef
Speedy seahorse
hairy shrimp (phycocaris simulans)
Lembeh Strait
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