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Red Sea, Egypt
SS-15. Red Sea Reef I
Masked Butterflyfish, endemic to the Red Sea, highlight this healthy reef jam-packed with life.
SS-6. Through the Looking Glass
Mimicking the topside landscape, this thriving coral bommie looks like an "alternative universe".
RS-3. Palm Beach Parrotfish
A Red Sea Bullethead Parrotfish has the beautiful coloring of a Miami socialite's fashion wear.
RS-4. Oh The Things You'll See
A Blue-Spotted Ray looks like a whimsical character as it watches from the sandy sea floor. Red Sea, Egypt
RS-5. Red Sea Reef II
A busy coral reef with colorful Two-Banded Clownfish and a Klunzinger's Wrasse, all endemic to the Red Sea.
RS-6. School's in Session
Snappers stay in tight formation in the clear water of the Red Sea, while a diver provides scale.
RS-7. Red Sea Jewel
Small but brilliant Red Sea Anthias fish cruises at the edge of the coral. Red Sea, Egypt.
RS-14. Confetti Cloud
Myriad bright Red Sea Anthias fish swim up from the reef en masse .
RS-9. Barracuda Whirlpool
A school of Blackfin Barracuda circles in the sandy shallows under the Red Sea sun.
RS-10. Batfish Brigade
A large school of Longfin Batfish slowly cruise along an undersea wall in the Red Sea.
RS-11. Sunset Magic
An undersea world is lit up as the sun sets in the Red Sea, Egypt.
RS-12. Red Sea Butterflies
Racoon Butterfly fish head across the reef in formation. Red Sea, Egypt.
RS-13. Plush Paradise
Two-Banded Red Sea Clownfish look out from a huge colorful anemone swaying in the current.
RS-14. Shipwreck Bouquet
A diver discovers vibrant soft coral and bright fish on a shipwreck that is becoming a new reef. Red Sea, Egypt.
RS-15. Red Sea Wrasse
Under the bright Red Sea sun, an endemic Klunzinger's Wrasse shows off his beautiful coloring.
WR-7. Road Bikes
The SS Thistlegorm shipwreck hold contains WW-II era British military motorbikes.
RS-17. Anthias Explosion
Relaxing after a passing danger, anthias swim out from the reef en masse to create an orange cloud. Red Sea, Egypt
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