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A DSLR photo of a huge splashing wave at Teahupoo Beach, Tahiti, French Polynesia. Teahupoʻo is a village on the south-west coast of the island of Tahiti, French Polynesia, southern Pacific Ocean. It is known for the surf break and heavy, glassy waves offshore, often reaching 2 to 3 m, and sometimes up to 7 meters.

A DSLR photo of a diver deep in Tiputa Pass, Rangiroa, French Polynesia. The camera is in a low angle view and the diver is silhouetted against a bright sunburst in the surface. From the sunburst to the bottom of the image there is a gradient from white to black passing through all shades of blue.

Colourful anthias meeting at a sea mountain called Batu Bolong, many fish species as Jewel fairy basslet (m. & f.) Pseudanthias squamipinnis, Threadfin Anthias (m. & f.) Pseudanthias huchtii, Bluestreak Fusilier Pterocaesio tile, Two-lined monocle bream Scolopsis bilineatus, Ternate Chromis Chromis ternatensis, Moonwrasse (m. & f.) Thalassoma lunare, Two-tone Wrasse (intermediate phase) Thalassoma amblycephalum, Fusilier Damselfish Lepidozygus tapeinosoma, Sergeant-Majors Abudefduf vaigiensis, Lemon Damsel Pomacentrus moluccensis, Chevroned Butterflyfish Chaetodon trifascialis, Eastern Triangular Butterflyfish Chaetodon baronessa, Sixbar Wrasse Thalassoma hardwicke. East of Komodo Island, Indonesia, 8°32'12" S 119°36'51" E at 2m depth

Stunning biodiversity with Gorgonian Sea Fans, many species of soft coral and sponges, Acropora sp. stony coral, feather stars, ascidians like didemnum molle on a kind of "island", a little rock formation, just 1m over the bottom in a region of very strong current, where almost nothing can grow. A lot of fish species, Gold-band Fusilier (= Blue and Gold Fusilier = Scissortail Fusilier) Caesio caerulaurea, Blue Streak Fusiliers (= Neon Fusilier) Pterocaesio tile, Webers Chromis Chromis weberi, Klein's Butterflyfish Chaetodon kleinii, Philippines Chromis Chromis scotochiloptera, Threespot Dascyllus Dascyllus trimaculatus at the North East Side of Komodo Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia, 8°29'38" S 119°34'23" E at 7m depth

Comb jelly (Cydippida), diagonal, swimming. Cydippida is an order of comb jellies. They are distinguished from other comb jellies by their spherical or oval bodies, and the fact their tentacles are branched, and can be retracted into pouches on either side of the pharynx. (Wikipedia). One of the tentacles is clearly visible. Underwater macro photography taken at Batu-Belah, Bali, Indonesia.

The Giant Clam Tridacna gigas, the largest extant species of bivalve molluscs, occurs in the tropical Indo-Pacific Ocean in a depth range from 0-35m. The outer side of the shell is designed to be encrusted by all kind of sessile animals. This specimen reaches at least the common length of 80cm. Max. recorded size is 137cm and 500kg! Some Damselfishes, Staghorn Damselfish Amblyglyphidodon curacao and Black-and-gold chromis = Behn's Damsel Neoglyphidodon nigroris, a lot of soft and hard corals. Raja Ampat, Indonesia, 0°33'45" S 130°40'59" E at 5m depth

The granulated sea star Choriaster granulatus, is the only species in the genus Choriaster. Maximum radius 27 cm"nThe body and upper portion of the arms form a blotch pattern, tan to brown or orange with lighter or darker colored arm tips. The species feeds on coral polyps, small invertebrates and scavenges on dead animals. Choriaster granulatus is widespread in tropical waters around the Indo-Pacific in a depth range of 0-40 meters."nSouth of Tellang Island, Indonesia"n7°32'42" S 127°32'5" E"n

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