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1387-431 - A colorful West Indian starfish, Oreaster reticulatus, crawls over a shallow, sandy seafloor in Turneffe Atoll in the Caribbean Sea. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System, the second largest barrier reef on Earth.
1387-429 - A beautiful coral reef, dominated by colorful gorgonians, grows along the edge of Turneffe Atoll in the Caribbean Sea. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System, the second largest barrier reef on Earth.
1387-430 - A colorful West Indian starfish, Oreaster reticulatus, crawls over a shallow, sandy seafloor in Turneffe Atoll in the Caribbean Sea. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System, the second largest barrier reef on Earth.
1387-426 - A beautiful coral reef, dominated by colorful gorgonians, grows along the edge of the Blue Hole in Lighthouse Reef in the Caribbean Sea. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System, the second largest barrier reef on Earth.
1387-425 - A beautiful coral reef, dominated by colorful gorgonians, grows along the edge of the Blue Hole in Lighthouse Reef in the Caribbean Sea. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System, the second largest barrier reef on Earth.
1387-424 - A large roughtail stingray, Dasyatis centroura, lays on the seagrass-covered seafloor of Turneffe Atoll off the coast of Belize. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System in the Caribbean Sea, the second largest barrier reef on Earth.
1387-423 - A large roughtail stingray, Dasyatis centroura, lays on the seagrass-covered seafloor of Turneffe Atoll off the coast of Belize. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System in the Caribbean Sea, the second largest barrier reef on Earth.
1387-422 - A well-camouflaged yellow stingray, Urobatis jamaicensis, swims over a shallow seagrass meadow growing within Turneffe Atoll's lagoon in the Caribbean Sea. This reef is part of the massive Mesoamerican Reef System, the second largest barrier reef on Earth
1387-269 - Fast-growing corals (Acropora sp.) are being grown by scientists in the Caribbean Sea. Once they reach a certain size they will be planted on a reef that has been previously damaged.
1387-209 - A Caribbean electric ray (Narcine bancroftii) lays on the sandy seafloor of Turneffe Atoll off the coast of Belize in the Caribbean Sea. This ray can generate strong electric discharges used to defend themselves or to stun prey.