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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Mozambique Channel

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~ Feeling Connected ~
~ Papadom ~
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~ Hatching ~
Anemone hermit crabs have a special relationship with a specific anemone: they find them and persuade them to set up house on their shells, where the anemones protect the hermit with their stinging cells, the hermit provides them with a mobile home.
~ The Godfather ~
~ Cascading ~
Into the deep blue caves of Situ island
Ascending near Situ island
This harlequin crab has established itself inside the felt-like tube of a burrowing anemone. It gives it the protection of the anemone's stinging tentacles.
Surface interval at Zavora Beach in Mozambique
My home high up in a mast
~ Electrified ~
I have wings, if I could only fly
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From the dark into the light
~ Waterfall ~
~ Follow the Light ~
~ In the Thick of Things ~
~ Myst ~
~ Gold Dust ~
~ Boxed In ~
This photo illustrates the three dimensional cage the sharks formed around the school of fish. The large number of sharks and boxing the fish in like that made escape impossible.
cleaning
niceface
~ Bird's Eye View ~
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~ Unexpected Moment ~
~ Hang On ~
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