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lonely fisherman fishing with a rod directly from Atlantic Ocean, at dusk, Foz do Arelho is a little town on Atlantic Ocean coast and with beautiful Obidos Lagoon, Silver Coast, Portugal
817-433774 - lonely fisherman fishing with a rod directly from Atlantic Ocean, at dusk, Foz do Arelho is a little town on Atlantic Ocean coast and with beautiful Obidos Lagoon, Silver Coast, Portugal
Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-3 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-4 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-1 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-2 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-5 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
New born baby humpback whale calf, white in colour, curious and playful. Vava'u Tonga South Pacific
1060-14 - New born baby humpback whale calf, white in colour, curious and playful. Vava'u Tonga South Pacific
Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity.  The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints.  As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another.  The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous.  Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms.  All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-46 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
Two Bottlenose Dolphins at sunset in the Azores Portugal moving in Synchronicity
1060-9 - Two Bottlenose Dolphins at sunset in the Azores Portugal moving in Synchronicity
Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity.  The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints.  As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another.  The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous.  Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms.  All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-47 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
Antarctic skua attacks sea gull in South Georgia
1060-22 - Antarctic skua attacks sea gull in South Georgia
Arctic pack ice, Spitsbergen Norway, Arctic Ocean through a fisheye lens
1060-25 - Arctic pack ice, Spitsbergen Norway, Arctic Ocean through a fisheye lens
Humpback male and female adults courting above the shallow reef, Vava'u Tonga, South Pacific
1060-15 - Humpback male and female adults courting above the shallow reef, Vava'u Tonga, South Pacific
King Penguins on the beach head to head, South Georgia
1060-23 - King Penguins on the beach head to head, South Georgia
Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity.  The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints.  As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another.  The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous.  Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms.  All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-45 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
Humpback whale calf ascends to the surface for a closer view, Vava'u Tonga, South Pacific
1060-16 - Humpback whale calf ascends to the surface for a closer view, Vava'u Tonga, South Pacific
Humpback female and her calf Vava'u Tonga in the South Pacific, shot with a fisheye lens
1060-12 - Humpback female and her calf Vava'u Tonga in the South Pacific, shot with a fisheye lens
Sperm whale group of juveniles, clicking, Azores Portugal
1060-5 - Sperm whale group of juveniles, clicking, Azores Portugal
Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity.  The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints.  As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another.  The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous.  Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms.  All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-48 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
Squid at night attracted to the light, Philippines
1060-17 - Squid at night attracted to the light, Philippines
This new born calf with its mother graceful glide together as the mother protects her calf and the calf learns essential behaviour to survive the open ocean. taken in Vava'u Tonga South Pacific
1060-8 - This new born calf with its mother graceful glide together as the mother protects her calf and the calf learns essential behaviour to survive the open ocean. taken in Vava'u Tonga South Pacific
Common Dolphins approaching clicking and whistling, Azores Portugal
1060-4 - Common Dolphins approaching clicking and whistling, Azores Portugal
Sperm whale juvenile shot with a fisheye n the Azores Portugal
1060-10 - Sperm whale juvenile shot with a fisheye n the Azores Portugal
Two adult Humpback whales courting, Vava'u Tonga in the South Pacific
1060-11 - Two adult Humpback whales courting, Vava'u Tonga in the South Pacific
Jellyfish in Neiafu Harbour, Vava'u Tonga in the South Pacific. shot with a fisheye lens
1060-13 - Jellyfish in Neiafu Harbour, Vava'u Tonga in the South Pacific. shot with a fisheye lens
Silver drummer (kyphosus sydneyanus) silvery grey colour, feeding on brown seaweed, wild, day, schools, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name common buffalo bream, dark tail and a distinctive dark line that looks a little like a moustache below the eye, occur in large schools. Distribution more widespread throughout Australia.
1022-79 - Silver drummer (kyphosus sydneyanus) silvery grey colour, feeding on brown seaweed, wild, day, schools, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name common buffalo bream, dark tail and a distinctive dark line that looks a little like a moustache below the eye, occur in large schools. Distribution more widespread throughout Australia.
Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
981-74 - Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
1022-89 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
Western buffalo bream (kyphosus cornelii) silvery brown colour, feeding on seaweed, schools, wild, day, silvery brown colour, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name buff bream, lacks the dark edging on the tail fin and dark line under the eye. Restricted to WA as name suggests.
1022-86 - Western buffalo bream (kyphosus cornelii) silvery brown colour, feeding on seaweed, schools, wild, day, silvery brown colour, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name buff bream, lacks the dark edging on the tail fin and dark line under the eye. Restricted to WA as name suggests.
Silver drummer (kyphosus sydneyanus) silvery grey colour, feeding on brown seaweed, wild, day, schools, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name common buffalo bream, dark tail and a distinctive dark line that looks a little like a moustache below the eye, occur in large schools. Distribution more widespread throughout Australia.
1022-91 - Silver drummer (kyphosus sydneyanus) silvery grey colour, feeding on brown seaweed, wild, day, schools, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name common buffalo bream, dark tail and a distinctive dark line that looks a little like a moustache below the eye, occur in large schools. Distribution more widespread throughout Australia.
Horseshoe leatherjacket (meuschenia hippocrepis), wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean.
1022-78 - Horseshoe leatherjacket (meuschenia hippocrepis), wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean.
Western buffalo bream (kyphosus cornelii) silvery brown colour, feeding on seaweed, schools, wild, day, silvery brown colour, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name buff bream, lacks the dark edging on the tail fin and dark line under the eye. Restricted to WA as name suggests.
1022-87 - Western buffalo bream (kyphosus cornelii) silvery brown colour, feeding on seaweed, schools, wild, day, silvery brown colour, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name buff bream, lacks the dark edging on the tail fin and dark line under the eye. Restricted to WA as name suggests.
Tube anemones (pachycerianthus delwynae), wild, day, shore diving, sand, metropolitan, Perth city, Cockburn Sound, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: attractive specie is white with purple tips on the tentacles
1022-93 - Tube anemones (pachycerianthus delwynae), wild, day, shore diving, sand, metropolitan, Perth city, Cockburn Sound, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: attractive specie is white with purple tips on the tentacles
Cameraman Michael Pitts on the wreck of the ''Blue Plunder'' Bahamas.
981-82 - Cameraman Michael Pitts on the wreck of the ''Blue Plunder'' Bahamas.
Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
981-73 - Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: blue water, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
1022-90 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: blue water, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
Cameraman michael Pitts filming on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder' - Bahamas
981-87 - Cameraman michael Pitts filming on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder' - Bahamas
cray pot, wild, day, Western Australian rock lobster (panulirus cygnus), marine protected area, free-diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: checking pots for crayfish, catch and release if to small or females with eggs.
1022-94 - cray pot, wild, day, Western Australian rock lobster (panulirus cygnus), marine protected area, free-diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: checking pots for crayfish, catch and release if to small or females with eggs.
Camera equipment on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
981-84 - Camera equipment on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
Michael pitts with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
981-83 - Michael pitts with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
981-72 - Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
footballer sweep (neatypus obliquus) diagonal yellow bands are edged in black and stand out against the silvery-blue body, wild, day, marine protected area, reef, in small schools diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name stripey, eating green algae as they sweep over the reef.
1022-84 - footballer sweep (neatypus obliquus) diagonal yellow bands are edged in black and stand out against the silvery-blue body, wild, day, marine protected area, reef, in small schools diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name stripey, eating green algae as they sweep over the reef.
bengal sergeant (abudefduf bengalensis) wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Coral Bay, Ningaloo reef, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: has rounded, white-edged tail lobes.
1022-82 - bengal sergeant (abudefduf bengalensis) wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Coral Bay, Ningaloo reef, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: has rounded, white-edged tail lobes.
dead man's fingers (codium galeatum), wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: spongy texture, the fronds divide regularly into two, and their surface appears fuzzy up to a metre long. Common in rough water areas.
1022-88 - dead man's fingers (codium galeatum), wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: spongy texture, the fronds divide regularly into two, and their surface appears fuzzy up to a metre long. Common in rough water areas.
common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
1022-92 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
981-75 - Wreck of the ''Blue Plunder''- Bahamas
common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
1022-77 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
Southern blue devil (paraplesiops meleagris), wild, day, solitary, bottom dwelling specie, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean.
1022-76 - Southern blue devil (paraplesiops meleagris), wild, day, solitary, bottom dwelling specie, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean.
Southern blue devil (paraplesiops meleagris), wild, day, solitary, bottom dwelling specie, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean.
1022-85 - Southern blue devil (paraplesiops meleagris), wild, day, solitary, bottom dwelling specie, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean.
Cameraman Michael Pitts on the wreck of the ''Blue Plunder'' Bahamas.
981-76 - Cameraman Michael Pitts on the wreck of the ''Blue Plunder'' Bahamas.
tallfin batfish (platax teira),  juvenile, wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Coral Bay, Ningaloo reef, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: with 3 dark bars, very long dorsal, anal and pelvic fins, feed on plankton from water column.
1022-81 - tallfin batfish (platax teira), juvenile, wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Coral Bay, Ningaloo reef, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: with 3 dark bars, very long dorsal, anal and pelvic fins, feed on plankton from water column.
Neil Lucas with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
981-88 - Neil Lucas with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
Neil Lucas with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
981-78 - Neil Lucas with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
western king wrasse (coris auricularis), male, dark pink colour with reddish-brown band running around boby and blue-green colouration over the head, wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, reef edges, sand, seagrass, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: social structure where dominant male, usually the biggest in the area, will have a harem of females. When the male dies or is absent for any length of time the largest female will change sex and dominate the group.
1022-83 - western king wrasse (coris auricularis), male, dark pink colour with reddish-brown band running around boby and blue-green colouration over the head, wild, day, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, reef edges, sand, seagrass, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: social structure where dominant male, usually the biggest in the area, will have a harem of females. When the male dies or is absent for any length of time the largest female will change sex and dominate the group.
Jourdan's turban (turbo jourdani) large gastropod shell, reddish-brown, Rottnest Island reef, wild, day, marine protected area, free-diving off, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: Marine plant common kelp, a dominant feature of the underwater landscape. Protected areas are covered in lush growth of  diverse algae, also red algea are here.
1022-80 - Jourdan's turban (turbo jourdani) large gastropod shell, reddish-brown, Rottnest Island reef, wild, day, marine protected area, free-diving off, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: Marine plant common kelp, a dominant feature of the underwater landscape. Protected areas are covered in lush growth of diverse algae, also red algea are here.
Neil Lucas with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
981-77 - Neil Lucas with underwater time lapse system on the wreck of the 'Blue Plunder'. Bahamas.
Giant Manta at Cleaning station being cleaned by butterfly fish. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-440 - Giant Manta at Cleaning station being cleaned by butterfly fish. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Black Manta birostris with remora. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-423 - Black Manta birostris with remora. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-425 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Black Manta birostris with remora. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-422 - Black Manta birostris with remora. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-434 - Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-444 - Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-430 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-441 - Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-438 - Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-432 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Manta Birostris swimming at surface, Pacific Ocean, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-445 - Manta Birostris swimming at surface, Pacific Ocean, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Manta Birostris swimming at surface, Pacific Ocean, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-443 - Manta Birostris swimming at surface, Pacific Ocean, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Manta Birostris swimming at surface, Pacific Ocean, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-442 - Manta Birostris swimming at surface, Pacific Ocean, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-431 - Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-418 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas)  and Giant Manta Ray (manta birostris). Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-439 - Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) and Giant Manta Ray (manta birostris). Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-420 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-426 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Satellite Tag attached to Giant Manta Ray, Ecuador. The lines to the left indicate recent fishing damage. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-428 - Satellite Tag attached to Giant Manta Ray, Ecuador. The lines to the left indicate recent fishing damage. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Mobula species Isla de la Plata, Ecuador, Machalilla National Park. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-435 - Mobula species Isla de la Plata, Ecuador, Machalilla National Park. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-446 - Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-447 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-429 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-419 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-433 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-427 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-424 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-417 - Giant manta ray, Isla de la Plata Ecuador. Portrait shot of Manta birostris approaching camera. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-437 - Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-436 - Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) near to the surface. Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-421 - Research diver approaching manta birostris to record detail in research program, Project Elasmo. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
aerial view of lava ocean entry - hot molten lava fed from multiple underground lava tubes, creating massive steam clouds as it enters cold ocean, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-51 - aerial view of lava ocean entry - hot molten lava fed from multiple underground lava tubes, creating massive steam clouds as it enters cold ocean, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, head breaching calf with smooth, light gray color characteristic of a newborn, approximately 12 feet in length and weighing upwards of two tons, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-30 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, head breaching calf with smooth, light gray color characteristic of a newborn, approximately 12 feet in length and weighing upwards of two tons, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
shortfin mako shark, Isurus oxyrinchus, with parasitic copepods, very aggressive and the fastest swimmer of all shark species, San Diego, California, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-110 - shortfin mako shark, Isurus oxyrinchus, with parasitic copepods, very aggressive and the fastest swimmer of all shark species, San Diego, California, USA, Pacific Ocean
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, displaying peduncle throw or tail breach behavior, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-45 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, displaying peduncle throw or tail breach behavior, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
Hawaiian spinner dolphin, Stenella longirostris longirostris, tail-walking, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-71 - Hawaiian spinner dolphin, Stenella longirostris longirostris, tail-walking, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
mahi-mahi, dorado, or common dolphin-fish, Coryphaena hippurus, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-157 - mahi-mahi, dorado, or common dolphin-fish, Coryphaena hippurus, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
Hawaiian spinner dolphin, Stenella longirostris longirostris, tail-walking, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-72 - Hawaiian spinner dolphin, Stenella longirostris longirostris, tail-walking, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
oceanic whitetip sharks, Carcharhinus longimanus, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-149 - oceanic whitetip sharks, Carcharhinus longimanus, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, fluke-up dive, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-177 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, fluke-up dive, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
lava field, palm tree groves, Kiholo Bay, Haleakala volcanic mountain (10,023 ft) of Maui and Pacific Ocean in backgound, scenic view from Kohala Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA
983-185 - lava field, palm tree groves, Kiholo Bay, Haleakala volcanic mountain (10,023 ft) of Maui and Pacific Ocean in backgound, scenic view from Kohala Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA
sea gulls in flight at sunset, La Jolla, San Diego, California, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-54 - sea gulls in flight at sunset, La Jolla, San Diego, California, USA, Pacific Ocean
short-billed spearfish, Tetrapterus angustirostris, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-4 - short-billed spearfish, Tetrapterus angustirostris, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
Atlantic tarpon, Megalops atlanticus, grows up to 2 m (6.6 ft) in length and could weigh 160 kg (350 lb), Looe Key, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Atlantic Ocean
983-34 - Atlantic tarpon, Megalops atlanticus, grows up to 2 m (6.6 ft) in length and could weigh 160 kg (350 lb), Looe Key, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Atlantic Ocean