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SHARKS, RAYS, TURTLES
BLACK & WHITE
BALI, LOMBOK, KOMODO
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
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GA-1. Ringtail Damselfish
A Ringtail Damselfish turns to face the camera. Galapagos, Ecuador.
GA-2. Late for School
A school of Bigeye Jacks in sync except for one individual who is gape-mouthed and catches the light.
GA-3. Eagles in Formation
A trio of Spotted Eagle Rays zooms low over the rocky reef. Galapagos, Ecuador.
Ga-4. Say Cheese
A Galapagos Iguana looks up and seems to smile while his wrasse "friend" looks on.
GA-5. Scalloped Hammerhead
At Darwin Island, a huge Hammerhead shark swims in the current.
FP-6. Abundant Butterflies
A school of Blacknosed Butterfly fish endemic to the Galapagos Islands, congregate in the clear blue water.
A hawksbill turtle scrapes the rocks for food while reef fish cluster around ready for leftovers.
A school of Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks cruises past in strong current. Galapagos, Ecuador.
GA-9. Head of the Harem
A bull Sea Lion blows bubbles to delineate his territory. Galapagos, Ecuador.
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