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Ambon scorpionfish in Anilao

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Mozambique Channel

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Mellow Yellow is the dive site's name in Sodwana Bay. True to its name the snappers created again a yellow spectacle
Swimming with Southern Right Whales during the recent sardine run
Gliding through the deep blue waters of Seven mile reef a World Heritage Site
Black tip in the dark water of Aliwal Shoal
While diving, can happen to get current aside...that's the result for those hanging the buoy
Shark dive. Close up with a black tip
Crossing a ray
The colorful mantle of a giant sea clam
HARDCORAL
CITRON
CIRCLES
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BOBHAWK
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Red anemone with clownfishes and model
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RED
SPINDOCTOR
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A moray eel's warning not to intrude its comfort zone
Wiggle Dancer
The continuous movement of a twobar clownfish in a sea anemone increases the seawater circulation and hence increases its growth and supply of nutrients to its host.
The building blocks of a coral reef
Look!
Curious!
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Humpback whale during sardine run 2018
The siphon of a giant sea clam
Patterns of a seastar
A different world
The beauty of a Giant Sea Clam
The Coral Cruncher
Parrot Fish and cleaner wrasse with its formidable teeth to crunch coral
Old Time Favorite
Twobar Clownfish
497 Entries Found: Page 3  of  19

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