But you can travel on for ten thousand miles, and still stay where you are. — Harry Chapin
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Spotted....blue spotted sting ray
They feed mainly on small fish, crabs, shrimps and mollusks, which is nothing unusual for a creature of the ocean; the way they hunt prey is, however, unique to the bluespotted ray. The animal uses a technique called electroreception, which is a way of detecting and sensing electrical fields produced by their prey. Similar to bats using echolocation on land, bluespotted rays use electroreception underwater.
The floor is lava - Coleman Shrimp (Periclimenes colemani)
F11 - 1/1000s
3D printed Snoot
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The Gili Islands gave me some of my best scuba diving experiences, including tons of turtles. --- Natalie Dormer
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I am delighted that one of my images has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Competition.
This image will be displayed at the Australian Museum in Sydney and at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide alongside the other finalists’ photographs. I’m also really looking forward to meeting the other finalists at the award ceremony!
I’m especially pleased it was this magnificent Weedy Sea Dragon selected, as I had made the trip to Tasmania just to meet him. His habitat: the depths of the chilly waters of the Tasman Sea. Related to the seahorse, males of the species similarly carry the eggs, however they do not have a pouch for their young. Instead, this male will carry his fertilised eggs on his tail for up to eight weeks when his brood could produce up to 250 hatchlings. Weedy Sea Dragons are endemic to Australian temperate marine waters.