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Mesmerizing Underwater Photos by WAYNE LEVIN

Diving Humpback Whale - Photographer: Wayne Levin.

'The sea is heavy as oil. Giant creatures pass, dragging the sea into shock waves. Some people know because it gives them headaches. The creatures are rarely seen except in green flashes of phosphorescence, which are talked about for days.'

"After spending so much time with these animals I’ve realized that we are not on their menu, they are more scared of us than us of them," says photographer Michael Muller.

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Magazine's 2014 Photo Contest Winners

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10 Ways To Ban Busy (And Still Get Stuff Done)

Banning busyness, still kicking butt.

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The Cool Coconut Octopus

Cool coconut octopus: Look no further than the floors of the western Pacific Ocean to find this stunning cephalopod in action, which is known for displaying atypical behavior for sea creatures, including walking the ocean floor on two legs.

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The 50 Best Animal Photos Of 2012

A 50-foot-long whale shark dwarfs a 34-foot-long luxury yacht off the coast of the Yucatán peninsula.

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Shark that smiles for the cameras: Meet the fearsome creature that eats polar bears and can live until 200

A diver swims alongside a Greenland shark, a rarely-seen species that looks like it has been etched from stone.