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  • Judy Hante

    Yellownose Gobies - are these guys cute or what? Dutch Caribbean [Macro Photography – First Place in University of Miami underwater photography contest] Photo by Todd Mintz.

  • Cynthia Collins

    Marine Marvels: Spectacular Photos of Sea Creatures | Underwater Photography Contest Winners 2012 Taking home first place in the Macro category, Canadian Todd Mintz's photo of these cute-as-can-be yellownose gobies, Elacatinus randalli, peering out from bolder brain coral in Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean.

  • Menche Zdravkova

    Underwater Photography Award-Winning Shot From The 2012 Underwater Photo Contest.

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