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860-290785 - Sunken excavator. Despite not being heavily colonized by marine species, it can be considered a wreck, or an artificial ecosystem of scenic interest for divers. Underwater bottoms of Tenerife, Canary Islands.
746-91042 - Monument for the extinct great auk (Pinguinus impennis), created by Todd McGrain. Coastal landscape at Reykjanesviti and Valahnukur on Reykjanes peninsula. europe, northern europe, iceland, august
746-91044 - Monument for the extinct great auk (Pinguinus impennis), created by Todd McGrain. Coastal landscape at Reykjanesviti and Valahnukur on Reykjanes peninsula. europe, northern europe, iceland, august
746-90893 - The coast of the north atlantic near Vik y Myrdal during winter. Black volcanic beach with the sea stacks Reynisdrangar. Europe, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Iceland, February
746-90888 - The coast of the north atlantic near Vik y Myrdal during winter. Black volcanic beach Reynisfjara with the sea stacks Reynisdrangar. Europe, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Iceland, February
746-90892 - The coast of the north atlantic near Vik y Myrdal during winter. Black volcanic beach Reynisfjara with the sea stacks Reynisdrangar. Europe, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Iceland, February
746-90890 - The coast of the north atlantic near Vik y Myrdal during winter. Black volcanic beach Reynisfjara, view towards Dyrholaey. Europe, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Iceland, February
746-90891 - The coast of the north atlantic near Vik y Myrdal during winter. Black volcanic beach Reynisfjara, view towards Dyrholaey. Europe, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Iceland, February
1350-6274 - Portrait of a juvenile specimen of damselfish (Chromis chromis). Before taking the typical dark brown color of their adult form, these fishes have magnificent electric blue bands. The juvenile specimens are very small, a few centimeters, and they move with nervous and unpredictable movements without any moment of pause.
1350-6264 - A group of dolphins (Delphinus delphis) create a network of air bubbles to trap a small group of sardines before launching the attack. Photo taken during south african sardine run, an event taking place yearly between May and July, when millions of sardines lay their eggs in the cold waters of the Agulhas shoal and then move north along the eastern coast of South Africa, being chased and hunted by dolphins, sharks, whales and birds.
1350-6277 - Close up of the eggs of a common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) in an advanced state of maturation; the eyes of the small octopuses can already be seen. The mother takes care of the eggs, protecting and aerating them without stopping, not eating anymore after laying them, and dying immediately after hatching.
1350-6257 - A nursehound (Scyliorhinus stellaris) watches closely a group of small cod passing by. Shot taken off Chioggia (VE) on one of the many rocky formations developed in the seabed of the upper Adriatic, called Tegnue. These bio-sediments are similar to coral reefs and for this reason they are also called Adriatic coral reefs.
1350-6285 - The graphic and essential shape of a Parapandal shrimp (Plesionika narval) in an unusual shot from above which also highlights the eggs, with their characteristic blue color.
1350-6278 - A diver admires in awe a big aggregation of jack fishes in the waters of Cabo Pulmo Marine National Park, where marine biomass has increased exponentially since the marine park was established, Baja California Sur, Mexico