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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Caribbean Sea

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What an extraordinary face fireworms have!
Arrowhead crab inspired by John Travolta in the dance competition from Pulp Fiction
Yellowhead jawfish aerating his eggs
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Yellowhead jawfish aerating his eggs
Peek-a-boo. Grundy's Reef on Little Cayman Island. Olympus EM-5.
Two sharks cruising the reefs in Cuba
Sharks with sun rays
These tiny fish were swimming through the anemone
I was taking a picture of a shark and a diver appeared in the picture
Stingray in the sand looking for food while the sharks watch
Taking a picture of a shark and the lens was so wide a reef diver showed up in the picture.
When Life gives you lemons…-Juvenile Lemon shark in the mangroves of North Bimini.
Stroll on the Beach-Ainsley the Tigershark with a school of jacks far behind her.
Sailfin Blenny Male Bonaire
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Orange spotted Blenny Carib Inn Bonaire
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Juvenile Queen Triggerfish
Breeding pair of Papillate Clingfish
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Jim & Emma
Beautiful eyes
Juvenile Surgeonfish
Bonfire diving
Dazzling Turtle
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Juvenile Leatherback turtle navigating Sargassum on the way to the sea
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very tiny mantis shrimp in St Eustatia
Kiss me
Portrait Batfish
Nikkor 105mm macro
Nikon D850
Sea turtle
Octopus
Bonfire diving
Aguadilla Puerto
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