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Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyps - Two polyps fighting over small fish, night. Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef

Coral polyps - Two polyps fighting over small fish, night. Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
VT-8372 Coral polyps - Two polyps fighting over small fish, night. Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia Tubastrea faulkneri Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Nudibranch - Pink Nudibranchs in a group mating bunch Ternate, Indonesia

Nudibranch - Pink Nudibranchs in a group mating bunch Ternate, Indonesia
VT-8355 Nudibranch - Pink Nudibranchs in a group mating bunch Ternate, Indonesia Chromodoris sp. Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Senic coral reef underwater Komodo is world famous for its rich

Senic coral reef underwater Komodo is world famous for its rich and colourful marine life Komodo Marine Park, Indonesia
VT-8352 Senic coral reef underwater Komodo is world famous for its rich and colourful marine life Komodo Marine Park, Indonesia Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Underwater coral reef scene - Colourful marine life at depth of 12m Komodo Island. Indonesia

Underwater coral reef scene - Colourful marine life at depth of 12m Komodo Island. Indonesia
VT-8350 Underwater coral reef scene - Colourful marine life at depth of 12m Komodo Island. Indonesia Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyp. - Night. Feeding on polychat worm, Coral polyps are carnivours

Coral polyp. - Night. Feeding on polychat worm, Coral polyps are carnivours
VT-8376 Coral polyp. - Night. Feeding on polychat worm, Coral polyps are carnivours. They feed on other animals Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral Polyp - feeding on a fish, night Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. Australia

Coral Polyp - feeding on a fish, night Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. Australia
VT-8374 Coral Polyp - feeding on a fish, night Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. Australia Tubastrea faulkneri Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Southern Blue Ringed Octopus - Displays bright blue rings when annoyed

Southern Blue Ringed Octopus - Displays bright blue rings when annoyed. Venomous, Has killed several people Tumby Bay
VT-8387 Southern Blue-ringed Octopus - Displays bright blue rings when annoyed. Tumby Bay, South Australia Hapalochlaena maculosa Venomous

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour and shape constantly. It may reach 500mm in length

Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour and shape constantly. It may reach 500mm in length
VT-8367 Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour and shape constantly. Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Sepia latimanus It may reach 500mm in length

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Nautilus - This rarely seen hairy nautilus was trapped in 80 m of water

Nautilus - This rarely seen hairy nautilus was trapped in 80 m of water and later released 20 m down a drop off Milne
VT-8335 Chambered Hairy NAUTILUS - very rare Milne Bay. Papua New Guinea Nautilus macromphalus This rarely seen hairy nautilus was trapped in 80 m of water and was later released 20 m down

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Mimic Octopus - Found in sandy areas, Ability to change shape

Mimic Octopus - Found in sandy areas, Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creatures Milne Bay
VT-8382 Mimic Octopus, Wonderpus - Found in sandy areas, on hand Milne Bay. Papua New Guinea. Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creatures Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Jellyfish - Common Jellyfish and hundreds of small fish who seek protection beneath the stinging

Jellyfish - Common Jellyfish and hundreds of small fish who seek protection beneath the stinging tenticals of their
VT-8399 Jellyfish - Common Jellyfish and hundreds of small fish who seek protection beneath the stinging tenticals of their host Seal Rocks. NSW

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyps. - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding

Coral polyps. - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy Heron Island
VT-8380 Coral polyps. - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Octopus - A master of camouflage, this large octopus blends into its surroundings perfectly Komodo

Octopus - A master of camouflage, this large octopus blends into its surroundings perfectly Komodo Is. Marine Park
VT-8393 Octopus - A master of camouflage, this large octopus blends into its surroundings perfectly Komodo Is. Marine Park

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Cuttlefish - One of three courting cuttlefish flashing his colours to attract the female Thailand

Cuttlefish - One of three courting cuttlefish flashing his colours to attract the female Thailand, Andaman Sea
VT-8363 Cuttlefish - One of three courting cuttlefish flashing his colours to attract the female Thailand, Andaman Sea, Richlieu Rock Sepia lycidas Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Flamboyant Cuttlefish - Hunting at dusk for small crustations over dark volcanic sand Milne Bay

Flamboyant Cuttlefish - Hunting at dusk for small crustations over dark volcanic sand Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea
VT-8365 Flamboyant Cuttlefish - Hunting at dusk for small crustations over dark volcanic sand Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Metasepia pfefferi Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Common Octopus - Sydney octopus, it feeds on shellfish and small crabs which it drills

Common Octopus - Sydney octopus, it feeds on shellfish and small crabs which it drills
VT-8388 Common Sydney OCTOPUS - close-up, endemic Sydney Harbour, Australia Octopus tetricus It feeds on shellfish and small crabs which it drills and poisons before eating the paralyised contents

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Octopus - Common. Found all along the rocky reefs of NSW Sydney. Australia

Octopus - Common. Found all along the rocky reefs of NSW Sydney. Australia
VT-8391 Common Sydney OCTOPUS - endemic Sydney. Australia. Octopus tetricus Found all along the rocky reefs of NSW. Females eat the male after mating

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyps - Night. Feeding on polychate worm, Coral polyps are carnivours

Coral polyps - Night. Feeding on polychate worm, Coral polyps are carnivours. They feed on other animals Heron Is
VT-8378 Coral polyps - Night. Feeding on polychate worm Heron Is. Great Barrier Reef. Australia Tubastrea faulkneri Coral polyps are carnivours

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Octapus - A master of camouflage, this large octopus pretending to be a rockblends into its

Octapus - A master of camouflage, this large octopus pretending to be a rockblends into its surroundings perfectly
VT-8390 Octopus - A master of camouflage, this large octopus pretending to be a rockblends into its surroundings perfectly Jervis Bay, NSW. Australia Octopus sp

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour constantly. It may reach 500mm in length Milne Bay

Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour constantly. It may reach 500mm in length Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea
VT-8366 Broadclub / broad club cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour constantly. It may reach 500mm in length Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Sepia latimanus See also VT-8367

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Broadclub Cuttlefish - Cuttlefish mating. The male is holding the female with his arms Richlieu

Broadclub Cuttlefish - Cuttlefish mating. The male is holding the female with his arms Richlieu Rock, Thailand
VT-8370 Broadclub / broad club cuttlefish - Cuttlefish mating. The male is holding the female with his arm Richlieu Rock, Thailand

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Tropical Day Octopus - is a camouflage expert, it lays up to 6000 000 eggs which hatch into tiny

Tropical Day Octopus - is a camouflage expert, it lays up to 6000 000 eggs which hatch into tiny planktonic young
VT-8389 Tropical Day OCTOPUS Great Barrier Reef. Australia. Octopus cyanea It iss a camouflage expert, it lays up to 6000 000 eggs which hatch into tiny planktonic young

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyps - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy

Coral polyps - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy
VT-8381 Coral polyps - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy. Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Unidentified animal - Photographed in 1965 at night this creature possibly a worm or nudibranch

Unidentified animal - Photographed in 1965 at night this creature possibly a worm or nudibranch has never been
VT-8361 Unidentified animal - Photographed in 1965 at night this creature possibly a worm or nudibranch has never been identified Great Barrier Reef

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Nudibranch - Feeding on reef Toxic to predators Gunung Api, Banda Sea, Indonesia

Nudibranch - Feeding on reef Toxic to predators Gunung Api, Banda Sea, Indonesia
VT-8362 Nudibranch - Feeding on reef Toxic to predators Gunung Api, Banda Sea, Indonesia Jorunna funebris Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Jellyfish - Juvenile fish protected by its hosts stinging tenticals lives in bell of ocean

Jellyfish - Juvenile fish protected by its hosts stinging tenticals lives in bell of ocean swimming jellyfish Pacific
VT-8398 Jellyfish - Juvenile fish protected by its hosts stinging tentacles lives in bell of ocean swimming jellyfish Pacific Ocean Jellyfish sp

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyps - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it Heron Island

Coral polyps - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef
VT-8379 Coral polyps - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia Tubastrea faulkneri Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyp - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it

Coral polyp - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it
VT-8377 Coral polyp - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it. Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral Polyp - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it Heron Island

Coral Polyp - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. Australia
VT-8375 Coral Polyp - Night, Polyp stinging small fish to death before devouring it Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. Australia Tubastrea faulkneri Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Schooling Long-fin Bannerfish - A plankton feeder who swims off the bottom often in large schools

Schooling Long-fin Bannerfish - A plankton feeder who swims off the bottom often in large schools Toki Toki, Banda Sea
VT-8342 Schooling Long-fin Bannerfish - A plankton feeder who swims off the bottom often in large schools Toki Toki, Banda Sea

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Norfolk Island Pine

Norfolk Island Pine
PM-3992 NORFOLK ISLAND PINE Araucaria heterophylla Latin also Araucaria excelsa Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Mandarin Fish Coral Reefs of Australia

Mandarin Fish Coral Reefs of Australia
KEL-923 MANDARIN FISH Coral Reefs of Australia Synchiropus spiendens Ken Lucas Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Norfolk Island Pine Cone

Norfolk Island Pine Cone
JLMo-704 Norfolk Island PINE cone Araucaria heterophylla Latin also Araucaria excelsa John Mason Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Paper Nautilus - found swimming in 21 meters down a drop off Quatar, Arabian Gulf

Paper Nautilus - found swimming in 21 meters down a drop off Quatar, Arabian Gulf
VT-8331 Paper NAUTILUS / ARGONAUT - swimming 21 meters down Qatar, Arabian Gulf uncommon. Fam: Argonatua Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Crocidile, fresh water - underwater, resting on bottom Gulf of Carpenteria, Australia

Crocidile, fresh water - underwater, resting on bottom Gulf of Carpenteria, Australia
VT-8401 Freshwater / Johnston CROCODILE - underwater, resting on bottom Gulf of Carpenteria, Australia Crocodylus johnstoni Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Sitatunga - Aerial view of Sitatunga running Okavango delta, Botswana, Africa

Sitatunga - Aerial view of Sitatunga running Okavango delta, Botswana, Africa
HAY-347 SITATUNGA / Marsh Buck- Aerial view of Sitatunga running Okavango delta, Botswana, Africa Tragelaphus spekei Hayden Oake Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Red Lechwe Botswana, Africa

Red Lechwe Botswana, Africa
HAY-343 Red Lechwe Botswana, Africa Kobus leche Hayden Oake Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Red Lechwe - Running in water, Aerial view Okavango delta, Botswana, Africa

Red Lechwe - Running in water, Aerial view Okavango delta, Botswana, Africa
HAY-341 Red Lechwe - Running in water, Aerial view Okavango delta, Botswana, Africa Kobus leche Hayden Oake Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Jellyfish - Stinging mudesa, Beautiful but dangerous. uncommon

Jellyfish - Stinging mudesa, Beautiful but dangerous. uncommon. The spring like tentacles can trail over one meter
VT-8400 Jellyfish - Stinging mudesa, Beautiful but dangerous. uncommon Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea The spring like tentacles can trail over one meter behind the bell when the creature is hunting

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Palau Jellyfish - Jellyfish lake in the hills of Palau is home to millions of freshwater jellyfish

Palau Jellyfish - Jellyfish lake in the hills of Palau is home to millions of freshwater jellyfish they follow the sun
VT-8397 Palau Jellyfish - Mass Jellyfish Lake, Palau Thysanostoma thysanura Millions of years ago, jellyfish were trapped in this lake in the hills of Palau after a submerged reef rose from the sea

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Jellyfish - A perfect example of the common jellyfish as it roams the open ocean looking for food

Jellyfish - A perfect example of the common jellyfish as it roams the open ocean looking for food Seal Rocks. NSW
VT-8396 Jellyfish - A perfect example of the common jellyfish as it roams the open ocean looking for food Seal Rocks. NSW

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Thimble Jellyfish - Thimble Jellyfish are always found in large congretations near or on the surface

Thimble Jellyfish - Thimble Jellyfish are always found in large congretations near or on the surface
VT-8395 Thimble Jellyfish - Thimble Jellyfish are always found in large congretations near or on the surface. They have a slight sting Milne Bay. Papua New Guinea Jellyfish sp

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Giant Jellyfish- Its stinging tenticals give protection to small fish as they drift in the ocean

Giant Jellyfish- Its stinging tenticals give protection to small fish as they drift in the ocean currents Seal Rocks
VT-8394 Giant Jellyfish - Its stinging tentacles give protection to small fish as they drift in the ocean currents Seal Rocks. NSW. Ausralia

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Wunderpus - Found in sandy areas, Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creatures

Wunderpus - Found in sandy areas, Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creatures Milne Bay
VT-8385 Mimic Octopus, Wonderpus - Found in sandy areas Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creatures Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Wunderpus - Found in sandy areas, Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creatures

Wunderpus - Found in sandy areas, Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creatures Milne Bay
VT-8384 Mimic Octopus, Wonderpus - Found in sandy areas, Ability to change shape and mimic other sand dwelling creature Milne Bay

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Coral polyps, - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding

Coral polyps, - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy Heron Is
VT-8373 Coral polyps, - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy Heron Is. Great barrier reef, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Giant Cuttlefish - Endemic to southern and eastern Australia this is largest of all cuttlefish

Giant Cuttlefish - Endemic to southern and eastern Australia this is largest of all cuttlefish
VT-8371 Giant Cuttlefish - Endemic to southern and eastern Australia this is largest of all cuttlefish and can reach a length of one meter Jervis Bay, NSW

Background imageImages Dated 9th December 2004: Broadclub Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour and shape constantly

Broadclub Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour and shape constantly
VT-8369 Broadclub Cuttlefish - This cuttlefish changes colour and shape constantly. Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Sepia latimanus It may reach 500mm in length See also other pictures of S



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