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SHARKS, RAYS, TURTLES
BLACK & WHITE
BALI, LOMBOK, KOMODO
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
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TE-1. Undersea Bouquet
Stony cup coral with stunning color. Philippines.
TE-2. Kelp and Coral
A natural composition of giant kelp with tiny soft gorgonian coral polyps. Anacapa Island, California
TE-3. Bubble-Tip Anemone
Looking like science fiction, this translucent anemone has lovely iridescent tentacles. Anilao, Philippines
TE-4. Daisy Patch
Flower Pot Coral reaches for the sun. This stony coral is actually a colonial animal. Anilao, Philippines
TE-5. Let's Play Jacks
A lone sponge formation on the sea floor in Little Cayman, Cayman Islands looks like a child's toy.
TE-6. Bowling Ball?
A brain coral sits alone on the sand in Bonaire, looking like it was tossed there.
TE-7. Aliens of the Sea
A colony of Ascidian Tunicates exhibits otherworldly glitter and spirals. Anilao, Philippines
TE-8. Pink Pirouette
In Anilao, Philippines, closeup of a tube anemone reveals elegant curling tentacles.
TE-9. Anchors Away!
Anchor Coral in Dili, East Timor has delicate iridescent green edges.
TE-10. Beautiful Fire
Fire coral with stinging spines is actually related to anemones and jellyfish. Bonaire.
TE-11. Sapphire Eyes
Southern Giant Clam in the remote waters of the Solomon Islands. Once common throughout the South Pacific.
TE-12. Emerald Eyes
A Southern Giant Clam in Ile de Pins, New Caledonia. Now listed as Vulnerable due to hunting.
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