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  • Peter Langela

    Underwater photography competition medal winners 2011/12

  • Neptune Charlies Ocean Safaris

    Green Sea Turtle, or in the Hawaiian language, it called a honu. Ancient Hawaiians believed in 'aumakua, family gods that were embodied within an animal. Honus are often seen as a type of 'aumakua.


    Turtles are a precious part of my heart.

  • DeShawn

    just keep swimming just keep swimming. . .

  • Molly Shaw

    This is so cool underwater photos

  • Vanessa Moss

    i love swimming with the turtles...did twice in Barbados :)!!!! beautiful!

  • Samantha Harwood

    underwater turtle<3 love these sea creatures!

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