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This is what I remember most about snorkling in Hawaii only there were far more fish than these. #travel #yourtravellist

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copenhagen // black & white

All of these animals could be gone in the near future. Protect these ecosystems. http://www.gofundme.com/62vqcg.

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Glover's Reef

Glover's Reef in Belize is designated as a World Heritage Site and is the world's 2nd longest barrier reef

just look at the world around you right here on the ocean floor, such wonderful things surround you! What more are you looking for? Under the sea...

Great Barrier Reef, Australia .. Officially the largest reef system on earth, the Great Barrier Reef has almost 3,000 reefs encompassed within the 2,600 kilometre area of land that it covers. Although the Great Barrier Reef is clearly visible from space, it is when looking at it from underneath water when it truly appears to be beautiful and magical. Over 1,500 types of fish call the Great Barrier Reef home and in excess of 400 types of coral can be viewed in the area.

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Bucket List - Our 1 Year Road Trip in Australia

Visit Heart Reef in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia - Bucket List.

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Seashell Coral Reef Wedding Cake Topper~Elegant Light Up Beach Seashell Wedding Cake Topper~

Seashell Coral Reef Light Up Wedding Cake Topper~designed by CeShoreTreasures~

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10 Exciting Facts About Fiji

A holiday in Fiji? Sounds good to us! Just insert us right into this picture, sporting some serious snorkel gear and our Rollick style, please.

Coral reef and Turquoise Fish saw these in Tahiti off Moorea. To book go to www.notjusttravel.com/anglia

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Environment

Vittoria Amati from London, said: "I stumbled across a negative version of one of my images and became really excited - they had the power to trigger the imagination. I was stunned, it was as if I was looking at my photos for the first time." (Sea anemone)