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  • Country: Malaysia
    Blue-lipped giant clam within a rock crevice next to coral
  • Country: India
    Located in the Bay of Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar Islands is an archipelago consisting of about 600 islands out of which only around 36 islands are inhabited. The archipelago is divided into two groups of islands - the Andaman Islands and the Nicobar Islands. Of these, only 9 islands in the Andaman Islands group are open for tourists. In earlier times, the islands were referred to as Kalapani for their notorious penal settlement. Pristine beaches, gorgeous corals, fascinating marine life, adventurous water sports and the remain of Stone Age culture draw multitudes of tourists to these islands every year. These islands are covered with lush forests and endless varieties of exotic flora and fauna.
  • Country: Canada
    Destination: Manitoba
    This tiny, delicate, coral wildflower blossom lasted only a few hours before it was destroyed completely by a strong wind.
  • Country: Croatia
    Cousin to coral, this colonial animal thrives in depths where currents bring mcro-organisms to its myriads of polyps. Made with Nikonos III / 35m UW Nikkor /Sunpak Marine strobe and Fujichrome Sensia, deep in the Adriatic sea.
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    Country: Croatia
    Egg case (Chondrichthyes) of a catshark, fixed to a Red Finger Gorgonian (Diodogorgia nodulifera). Found decades ago deep under the Adriatic surface. Photographed with Nikonos III + 35mm UW Nikkor and Sunpak Marine strobe on Fujichrome Sensia.
  • Country: French Polynesia
    Tahiti just a paradise island to be visited at least once in a life time.
  • Country: Puerto Rico
    Destination: Puerto Rico
    what a beautiful marine species. in the many years i have spend in the water i had never seen such a thing. at first sight it looks like a moth camouflaged in the sandy bottom.when u get close to it it spreads its magnificent wings and flies away as defense mechanism. what amazes me most about the species found in the coral reef is how they all have different defense mechanisms.this one is insignificant at first sight but when u get closer it turns into this amazing animal. remarkable nature.
  • Country: Croatia
    Corallium rubrum, one of the most appreciated coral sorts has been used for many decades in creating various jewelry and embellishments (all useless). Craved by many who never did understand what damage is done to the underwater environment by mass exploitation of this colonial animal, it is still mercilessly taken out and turned into unnecessary things. I wish this practice should cease, and be finally replaced by global understanding...
  • Country: Australia
    Drifted coral
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