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Nembrotha Chamberlaini Nudibranch

Nembrotha Chamberlaini Nudibranch

A tiny shrimp gets a full color reaction out of this Bobtail Squid - Bay of Puerto Galera, Philippines

A tiny shrimp gets a full color reaction out of this Bobtail Squid - Bay of Puerto Galera, Philippines

The Radial Filefish is a shy and docile cousin of the Triggerfish. They typically eat algae and other small invertebrates, and are found near sponges and soft corals on shallow reefs and in lagoons - Komodo, Indonesia

The Radial Filefish is a shy and docile cousin of the Triggerfish. They typically eat algae and other small invertebrates, and are found near sponges and soft corals on shallow reefs and in lagoons - Komodo, Indonesia

Banded Messmate Pipefish - Lembeh Strait, Indonesia

Banded Messmate Pipefish - Lembeh Strait, Indonesia

This prawn species likes to bury itself in the sand with only its eyes protruding - photo taken near Puerto Galera, Philippines

This prawn species likes to bury itself in the sand with only its eyes protruding - photo taken near Puerto Galera, Philippines

Turtle curiosity - Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Turtle curiosity - Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Dive Ninja - Ko Tao, Thailand

Dive Ninja - Ko Tao, Thailand

Nemo, truly an over-protective Dad, tending to his eggs just before they hatch into larvae. Each one measures about 1mm wide by 2-3mm long, and you can still see their internal organs forming. The eggs typically hatch just 4-8 days after being laid, and these are just about to burst free - Bay of Puerto Galera, Mindoro Island, Philippines
Nemo, truly an over-protective Dad, tending to his eggs just before they hatch into larvae. Each one measures about 1mm wide by 2-3mm long, and you can still see their internal organs forming. The eggs typically hatch just 4-8 days after being laid, and these are just about to burst free - Bay of Puerto Galera, Mindoro Island, Philippines

Nemo, truly an over-protective Dad, tending to his eggs just before they hatch into larvae. Each one measures about 1mm wide by 2-3mm long, and you can still see their internal organs forming. The eggs typically hatch just 4-8 days after being laid, and these are just about to burst free - Bay of Puerto Galera, Mindoro Island, Philippines

I’ve seen thousands of Lionfish, and this was the first yellow one - Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

I’ve seen thousands of Lionfish, and this was the first yellow one - Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

A pinnacle at Four Kings dive site - Halmahera Sea, Misool, Indonesia

A pinnacle at Four Kings dive site - Halmahera Sea, Misool, Indonesia