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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Thomas Heran

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Actinia from the fjord system of the Chilean Patagonia
A deadly attractive margarita!
Chilean mussel blenny (Hypsoblennius sordidus). One of the most charismatic fish you can find in the fjord region of Patagonia.
This image reflect the unknown nudibranch diversity of the Chilean Patagonia.
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The union make the force. This image was taken in Valparaíso, Chile.
Patterns from the Chilean Patagonian fjord
A little shy! Picture taken in Punta de Parra, Talcahuano, Chile
Fire anemone. Punta Parra, Chile
Cunningham's triplefin fish. Valparaíso, Chile.
The chilean mussel Blenny (Hypsoblennius sordidus) lives inside empty barnacles. Picture from Pichidangui, Chile.
Anemona dreams
White stinging anemone.
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Who is there?
Image taken in Papudo, Chile
Seaslug from the Patagonian fjords.
Non-retactile anemone from the fiords of Chilean Patagonia.
An Octocoral from Papudo, Chile.
Magnificent Tritonia (Tritonia odhneri), found in the Chilean fjords.
Chilean mussel blenny (Hypsoblennius sordidus), at Papudo beach, Chile
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Final RoundThrough to 2015 awards final round judging
Trambollito (Helcogrammoides cunninghami)
Patagonian fjord, Chile
Colonial anemone from Patagonian Fjord of Chile.
Deep water anemone of souther Chile.
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Jellyfish from Patagonia fjord, chile.
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Patagonian scallop (Zygochlamys patagonica), from could water. They live on the bottom supported on their right valve.
Taken in Patagonia Fjord, Chile
Aperture: f/8
Velocity: 1/125
ISO:100
Robsonella fontaniana. Taken in Patagonia fjord.
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