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    ♂ Amazing nature - blue underwater world fishes

  • Heather Baker

    #sea life #fish #ocean

  • Marko 93

    #Barracuda, #Sudanese #RedSea Photographer: Jackie Campbell

  • Marco van Bommel

    Wide-angle 3rd Place, Jackie Campbell, Ireland Barracuda, Sudanese Red Sea | Underwater Photography Contest 2011 | The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami

  • Nostromo

    Il barracuda inizia il suo attacco investendo la sua preda a gran velocità, grazie al suo corpo allungato e idrodinamico. #barracuda #fish #animals #sealife #curiosita .

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❂ “When I was a girl I would look out my bedroom window at the caterpillars; I envied them so much. No matter what they were before, no matter what happened to them, they could just hide away and turn into these beautiful creatures that could fly away completely untouched.”