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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Luke Gordon

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Bluering Octopus
Isolated Nudibranch
The Infectious Yawn
The perfect hover
Spotlight Froggie
Muck habitat researcher Maarten De Brauwer hovers behind a tiny juvenile Ornate Ghost Pipefish. Photograph shot while documenting new research into these cryptic habitats
Ghostgoby Portrait
Blue-ring Octopus Portrait
The dancing horse
A male Chum Salmon avoiding the nets. These salmon are also known as dog salmon due to the large teeth the males grow during breeding season.
The yawn
Flabellina triophina laying eggs on a lone algal stalk in the cold waters of the Pacific Northwest
The evolution of mimicry. "I am a sponge"
The chaos when 60,000 Chum salmon are trying to swim up rising rivers to spawn. Males of this species grow large teeth at breeding time, giving rise to their other name, the dog salmon.
Flamboyant in the spotlight
Perfect mimicry
The Blue-Ring of Dauin
Climbing the beanstalk
Catching a nudi laying eggs with the snoot
Cockatoo Waspfish Portrait
The Hairy Angler
It's a Moray!
Anemone shrimp in the darkness, the black anemone allowed for some great contrast
Porcelain by the spotlight
A white robust ghost pipefish hangs out around a white feather star on the muck slope of Dauin
A tiny juvenile Giant Frogfish plays model
The infinite spiral
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