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Squid. A squid in the Red Sea. Underwater photographer Andrey Nekrasov, 42, photographed bigfin reef squid in the pitch black Red Sea putting on an extraordinary light show when the sun goes down. (Photo by  Andrey Nekrasov/Medavia/ABACAPress)

A squid in the Red Sea. Underwater photographer Andrey Nekrasov, 42, photographed bigfin reef squid in the pitch black Red Sea putting on an extraordinary light show when the sun goes down. (Photo by Andrey Nekrasov/Medavia/ABACAPress)
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18 Sep 2014 11:39:00
Shoal of sardines and sharks swim in a tank at Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise on March 19, 2009 in Yokohama, Japan

“Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise is an amusement park consisting of an aquarium, shopping mall, hotel, marina and amusement rides. It is located in Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama, Japan. It opened for business on May 8, 1993”. – Wikipedia

Photo: Shoal of sardines and sharks swim in a tank at Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise on March 19, 2009 in Yokohama, Japan. (Photo by Junko Kimura/Getty Images)
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31 Jul 2011 12:47:00
Little Lost Boy by Australian artist Paul Trefry is seen on Tamarama Beach as part of the Sculptures By The Sea

Children admire the work “Little Lost Boy” by Australian artist Paul Trefry is seen on Tamarama Beach as part of the Sculptures By The Sea outdoor art exhibition on November 10, 2009 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)
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09 Nov 2011 11:09:00
A sinkhole is seen on the shore of the Dead Sea near Kibbutz Ein Gedi, Israel July 27, 2015. The Dead Sea is shrinking, and as its waters vanish at a rate of more than one meter a year, hundreds of sinkholes, some the size of a basketball court, some two storeys deep, are devouring land where the shoreline once stood. (Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters)

A sinkhole is seen on the shore of the Dead Sea near Kibbutz Ein Gedi, Israel July 27, 2015. The Dead Sea is shrinking, and as its waters vanish at a rate of more than one meter a year, hundreds of sinkholes, some the size of a basketball court, some two storeys deep, are devouring land where the shoreline once stood. (Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters)
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30 Jul 2015 12:06:00
Hook, an indigenous Moken man, holds a three-pronged throwing spear and searches for fish in the waters of Ko Surin National Park. March 1, 2013 – Ko Surin, Thailand. (Photo by Taylor Weidman/zReportage via ZUMA Press)

“For centuries, the Moken sea nomads have traveled the islands between Thailand and Myanmar fishing and foraging for food on the sea floor. Throughout the Mergui Archipelago, Moken migrate in flotillas of Kabangs (traditional boat of the Moken people), stopping at different islands and beaches. Expert freedivers, the Moken have adapted physically to an aquatic life, developing unique characteristics that let them see better and hold their breath longer while underwater”. – Taylor Weidman. Photo: Hook, an indigenous Moken man, holds a three-pronged throwing spear and searches for fish in the waters of Ko Surin National Park. March 1, 2013 – Ko Surin, Thailand. (Photo by Taylor Weidman/zReportage via ZUMA Press)
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24 Mar 2014 06:45:00
“I See Sea” by Dmytriy Dokunov. The frozen Black Sea. Odessa, Ukraine; January, 2012. (Photo by Дмитрий Докунов)

“I See Sea” by Photographer Dmytriy Dokunov. The frozen Black Sea. Scene of action: Odessa, Ukraine; January, 2012. (Photo by Dmytriy Dokunov)
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18 Dec 2012 09:52:00
Corey Arnold – Pictures From The Sea

Well before Corey Arnold ever thought about photography, he fished. As a child, he dressed as a fisherman for four consecutive Halloweens, and once brought a dead 3-foot Mako shark to school for show-and-tell. He knew he wanted to be a professional fisherman, even if he didn’t understand what that actually meant.
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17 May 2014 12:40:00
Museum employee Victoria views a giant grouper fish specimen at the Natural History Museum in west London March 25, 2015. (Photo by Toby Melville/Reuters)

Museum employee Victoria views a giant grouper fish specimen at the Natural History Museum in west London March 25, 2015. It forms part of a new exhibition, “Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea”, featuring a panoramic virtual dive and over 250 specimens from the Museum's coral, fish and marine invertebrate collection, which opens on March 27. (Photo by Toby Melville/Reuters)
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26 Mar 2015 11:38:00