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Underwater View of Sockeye Salmon in Adams River by Lee Rentz, via Flickr  British Columbia, Canada

on their final journey . Underwater View of Sockeye Salmon in Adams River by Lee Rentz, British Columbia, Canada

Too perfect example of a realm we need. Landscape shape, blue, green, and plenty of space across foreground horizontally to customize with decor. Glowy luminescent decor in whites, blues, and yellows would look unbelievable. Stalactite/stalagmite cave a fresh idea for a darker realm too.

Underwater Cave, Bahamas Photograph by Wes C. The Cascade Room, 80 feet meters) beneath the surface, leads divers deeper into Dan's Cave on Abaco Island. Nearly seven miles kilometers) of the cave have been explored since the

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Low Angle View of a Shark Swimming Underwater, Indo-Pacific Ocean Reproduction photographique sur AllPosters.

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A pair of divers explore the wreck of the Giannis D (originally Shoyo Maru) on the Abu Nuhas reef, Strait of Gubal, Red Sea, Egypt. By British photographer Alex Mustard. He's travelled the world snapping pictures of wrecked ships lying on the sea bed.

Better Coral Reefs Through 3-D Printing    An international partnership is taking an innovative approach to marine eco-restoration by using the 3-D printing technology as part of the solution.

attribution) Coral reefs swarm with brilliant colored fish, starfish, giant clams and sea slugs. They are not only beautiful to look at; but they are home to thousands of other species. Coral reefs can be large or small and are some of

Hard coral under a stereoscope - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation www.mosfoundation.org

Hard coral under a stereoscope - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation

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This 'Pink See-Through Fantasia' creature is literally a sack of intestines

Emperor Penguins, Antarctica

The Secret of How Emperor Penguins Launch Out of Water

Emperor penguins are Olympian swimmers, capable of diving to feet and remaining underwater 20 minutes on a single breath. "I was mesmerized by their beautiful bubble trails," says Nicklen, who braved water to capture these images for National Geographic.

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