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Down deep beneath the surface of the ocean there lives a gang of Sharks. These Sharks search and search for food until they are satisfied .Sharks are a Beautiful creature to look at but they can also be very dangerous if antagonized . The Deep

Deep Blue sea

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Exploration | #inspirational #brainstorming #kaoscommunication

The Orda Cave Awareness Project charted and explored the largest underwater gypsum cave system in Russia WWW.COM

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An awesome courtship swarm of Bigeye fish (via David and Goliath - National Geographic Photo Contest 2012 - National Geographic) Amazing!

Sharks: Great White Shark.

Photographing and watching great white sharks for more than 20 years gives Chris and Monique Fallows front row seats on the amazing behavior, interactions, and secrets of these formidable predators…

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just look at the world around you right here on the ocean floor, such wonderful things surround you! Under the sea.-Sebastian, The Little Mermaid

Great Barrier Reef. Queensland, Australia.

Seafan with school of silvery fish, Mayne Rock, West Coast of Sabah, Borneo, East Malaysia.

NO ME CONTAMINES SI QUIERES QUE SIGA TRANSMITIENDOTE SENSACIONES PLACENTERAS, POSITIVAS, TRANQUILIDAD, SOSIEGO, PAZ, ETC. NO SOMOS ENEMIGOS NOS NECESITAMOS MUTUAMENTE PARA SEGUIR SOBREVIVIENDO EN ARMONÍA.

Majestic Diving Photography that will Give You Scuba Thirst Underwater cavern, Red Sea, Egypt. Ok, I have never been diving because it scares me, but I might do it here. When my Egyptian husband and his parents take me!

Imágenes insólitas de la semana, Abril 18, 2016 | Planeta Curioso

Baja California, Mexico ~ William Winrame captured the incredible moment a school of fish swarmed around him and other divers, and formed a vortex above

Puget Sound's orcas

Puget Sound’s killer whales looking good-. New drone photo technology is allowing scientists to get a better look at Northern and Southern resident orcas in the Salish Sea. A northern-resident killer-whale family is shown above.

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