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Photographer and marine biologist Octavio Aburto snapped the images of the "fish tornado". Images of an underwater fish "tornado" were captured at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico.

Munkiana Devil Rays in Baja California Sur, Mexico, by German conservation photographer Florian Schulz.

Environment

Amazing photography of thousands of Munkiana Devil Rays swimming in the ocean

, Papua New Guinea

I love underwater photography! Now to get a waterproof housing and the courage to get in the water! Beneath the waves by Michael Anderson Tsoi Lik Lagoon, Papua New Guinea.

A diver inspects a school of fish in this photo, which won Nadya Kulgina first place in the Wide Angle Divers category

The greatest underwater photographs from around the world

Black and White Photograph by Nadya Kulagina The winning shot of 2014 Underwater Photography Photo Contest in Wide angle divers category from Nadya Kulagina, Russian underwater photographer.

30 incredible and tragically beautiful images of the world’s most haunting shipwrecks http://www.borerchiro.com #headaches #neckpain #relief

30 incredible and tragically beautiful images of the world's most haunting shipwrecks

30 incredible and tragically beautiful images of the world’s most haunting shipwrecks -- Hermes is one of Bermuda's most modern wreck dives. In 1984 the Bermuda Dive Association scuttled the Hermes, a freighter that had seen better days

Charles Fasano

~ diving through a school of fish~ underwater photography, ocean, scuba, swimming, black and white

The photographer's son Dylan poses for a photo of Scar the habituated Sperm whale off the coast of The Commonwealth of Dominica.

Having a whale of a time: Snorkellers get up close and personal with modern Moby Dick

Go swimming with whales. Close encounter: Arun Madisetti's son Dylan snaps Scar the habituated Sperm whale off the coast of The Commonwealth of Dominica

A perfectly timed pic. Click the image for more! when you click the image pics are awesome!!!!

Putting the Size of a Whale in Perspective! Roughly the size of a basketball court, the blue whale is the largest mammal known to have ever existed. Little did this kite surfer know the creature swimming just beneath him!

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