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Diver captures stunning images of the wildlife lurking near 650ft rock

This is Banfi's second trip to the massive rock, which is home to a unique collection of u...

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Niyama Maldives

Niyama, Maldives. This edgy, modern resort balances tranquility with a sense of discovery and fun. Hosting international DJs sets and only accessible by boat, its underwater club, Subsix lets you live it up with all night dancing beneath the waves.

The glorious underwater world endlessly colourful and truly inspirational - our most frequently requested style of expressive work. #luxury swimming pool design

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Beautiful pictures of underwater ice bubbles... that are actually created by plants releasing gas

Ice bubbles in Abraham Lake, located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Canada - famous for its unusual ice cover

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Breathtaking underwater photos capture exotic marine life in remote parts of the world

Spine cheeked anemone premnas biaculeatus in bleached anemone entacmaea quadricolor from Milne Bay Papua New Guinea

Jewel Anemones- The modest jewel anemone (Corynactis haddoni) may well be one of the most interesting animal species as it exhibits a high degree of colour variability.Like other anemones, the jewel anemone can reproduce asexually by splitting, which leads to clusters of identically coloured clones, and these patches join up to amazing quilt works of gaudy colours. The jewel anemone does not have long thinning tentacles but short ones, ending in knobs.

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2014 Wildlife photographer of the Year

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Royal Society reveals best nature pictures of the year

Tadpoles overhead. Overall winner, Category winner: Ecology and Environmental Science. Tadpoles of many anuran species come in high numbers, but not many make it to adulthood. Here a group of common toad (Bufo bufo) tadpoles is seen from below by Bert Willaert, Belgium. It was shot with a canon G12 camera in a Recsea underwater housing and a Dyron dome port.