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Video by @DavidDoubilet and Team A large colony of garden eels sway and feed in the gentle currents off Dumaguete Philippines. Garden eels are extremely shy and harmless members of the conger eel family. They live in burrows on the sea floor and are very social creatures that form large colonies. The currents deliver a continuous passing supply of plankton allowing the eels to feed in the comfort and safety of their sandy home. As our team approached this giant colony they quickly vanished into their burrow as if they never existed. I find these colonies to be hypnotic living gardens in the sea. Thank you to Leo Blanco for video support. On assignment for @natgeo in the Coral Triangle #philippines@thephotosociety #ocean #eel #explore #beauty #zen #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @JenniferHayesig and @DavidDoubilet

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Photo by @JenniferHayesIG Partners in the sea. A bigeye trevally swims in the shadow of an ancient green sea turtle on its way to a favorite resting spot on the reef in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines. We have been working in Tubbataha, A World Heritage Site sometimes called the Serengeti of the sea where the unpredictable is predictable. * On assignment for @natgeo in Philippines, an Ocean Nation #ocean #partners #friend #seaturtle #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet and @JenniferHayesig

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Photo by @DavidDoubilet Celebrating World Oceans Day. A clownfish peers from the tentacles of its host anemone in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea. The clownfish and the anemone are partners in the sea: the clownfish keeps predators from the anemone and the anemone provides valuable cover to an entire family of clownfish also called anemonefish. Papua New Guinea is a cornerstone of the Coral Triangle, a region in the Pacific Ocean known for its extreme marine biodiversity. It is critical for all us to recognize the role of oceans in our lives. We are inseparable from the sea, the ocean produces more than half of our oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide. As the oceans go, so do we. Photographed for @NatGeo // @thephotosociety // #ocean #nemo #clownfish #life #partners #beauty #worldoceansday For #MoreOcean follow @DavidDoubilet

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The ocean in a flower. Feeling the blue. #summer #flowers #delphinium #garden #malmö #skane #sweden #scandinavia #cityscape #visitsweden #moodygrams #vsco #nikon #currentmood #wanderlust #moreocean #moreflowers #moreblue #morenothing

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A titan triggerfish rises from its nest to tell our team to move along in Anilao Philippines. Titans aggressively defend their nests from raiding fish, eels and passing divers. Once we saw that this wonderful creature had eggs to protect we moved on to stop distracting her from the nest. If you watch closely this titan returns to the nest and lays flat across it to hide it from hoards of hungry wrasse. As this was happening the male, out of frame, swam wide circles several feet above us. From on location for @natgeo assignment Philippines: An Océan Nation with @daviddoubilet #leandroblanco// #ocean #triggerfish #philippines #coraltriangle #bite #motherslovefor #moreocean follow our assignment

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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @daviddoubilet // Table corals compete for space on Sno Reef on the Great Barrier Reef. This is a picture of a healthy robust Great Barrier Reef but today the worlds largest coral reef is literally in hot water and struggling to survive. Rising temperatures are causing coral bleaching, a process that occurs when thermal stress causes the coral polyp to lose its algae that provides its color and supplemental nutrients. Sequential back to back bleaching events in 2016 and 2017 have affected nearly 900 miles of the reef giving the reef little time to recover. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo // @natgeocreative // @thephotosociety . #ocean #greatbarrierreef #australia #moreocean . To see a Gallery of Life on the Great Barrier Reef follow @daviddoubilet - #regrann

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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @JenniferHayesIG Partners in the sea. A bigeye trevally swims in the shadow of an ancient green sea turtle on its way to a favorite resting spot on the reef in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines. We have been working in Tubbataha, A World Heritage Site sometimes called the Serengeti of the sea where the unpredictable is predictable. * On assignment for @natgeo in Philippines, an Ocean Nation #ocean #partners #friend #seaturtle #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet and @JenniferHayesig - #regrann

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#repost@daviddoubilet (@get_repost) ・・・ A very large and curious Maori wrasse followed our team around Sno Reef on the Great Barrier Reef. This big guy weighed several hundred pounds and had spear wounds from unsuccessful poaching encounters. The corals on the Great Barrier Reef are now in the midst of another unprecedented coral bleaching event. High sea temperatures in 2016 caused 90% of the 1200 mile long reef to bleach, a process where the tiny coral polyp loses its symbiotic algae due to heat stress. The algae provide valuable life sustaining nutrients to the coral and give it its color. If conditions improve quickly enough some corals can recover from a bleach event while others die and become covered in algae. Scientist estimate that 20% + of the Great Barrier Reef corals did not recover during the 2016 event. The extent of the 2017 bleach is yet to be known. Sequential bleaching events weakens the corals resilience and speeds the death of the reef. For @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #coralreef #coralbleaching #wrasse #greatbarrierreef #australia #worldheritagesitefor #moreocean #followme@daviddoubilet

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Photo by @JenniferHayesIG Partners in the sea. A bigeye trevally swims in the shadow of an ancient green sea turtle on its way to a favorite resting spot on the reef in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines. We have been working in Tubbataha, A World Heritage Site sometimes called the Serengeti of the sea where the unpredictable is predictable. * On assignment for @natgeo in Philippines, an Ocean Nation #ocean #partners #friend #seaturtle #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet and @JenniferHayesig

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Squuueeee never tire of the turtles! 🐢🐢🐢 @blueoceanfilmfest ・・・ Photo by @daviddoubilet A green sea turtle hatchling swims for the protection of the open sea off Nengo Nengo, French Polynesia. The females will return to their nesting beach to lay their eggs, males will never put a flipper on shore again. The green sea turtle is an endangered species and threatened even further by rising sea levels that will claim their centuries old nesting beaches to the sea. * #seaturtle #frenchpolynesia #baby #endangeredspecies #climatechange #WorldOceansDay2017 * For #MoreOcean follow @daviddoubilet with @blueoceanfilmfest

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I never tire of turtles. #repost@natgeo ・・・ Photo by @JenniferHayesIG Partners in the sea. A bigeye trevally swims in the shadow of an ancient green sea turtle on its way to a favorite resting spot on the reef in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines. We have been working in Tubbataha, A World Heritage Site sometimes called the Serengeti of the sea where the unpredictable is predictable. * On assignment for @natgeo in Philippines, an Ocean Nation #ocean #partners #friend #seaturtle #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet and @JenniferHayesig

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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @JenniferHayesIG Partners in the sea. A bigeye trevally swims in the shadow of an ancient green sea turtle on its way to a favorite resting spot on the reef in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines. We have been working in Tubbataha, A World Heritage Site sometimes called the Serengeti of the sea where the unpredictable is predictable. On assignment for @natgeo in Philippines, an Ocean Nation #ocean #partners #friend #seaturtle #Philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet and @JenniferHayesig #reading #books #fashion #instagram@instagram #ussr #usa #ссср #россия #russia #tarasyq #yandex #google- Only for clever ones! Visit my web #bookshop by clicking to reference in my bio.

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Photo by @JenniferHayesIG Partners in the sea. A bigeye trevally swims in the shadow of an ancient green sea turtle on its way to a favorite resting spot on the reef in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines. We have been working in Tubbataha, A World Heritage Site sometimes called the Serengeti of the sea where the unpredictable is predictable. * On assignment for @natgeo in Philippines, an Ocean Nation #ocean #partners #friend #seaturtle #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet and @JenniferHayesig

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Vous pouvez retrouver cette photo de Vincent sur son site / You can find this photo of Vincent on his website: http://www.vincent-truchet.com/ #underwaterphotographer #underwaterphotography #ocean #vincentruchet #uwphotography #frenchpolynesia #love #followme #marinelife #moreocean #nature #sea #sharkdive #wildlife #savethesharks #protectsharks #sharkconservation #sharklover

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Sea time holiday / the colors of underwater planet #repost@daviddoubilet (@get_repost) ・・・ A gallery of life on the Great Barrier Reef. The late largest most iconic coral reef system may be located in Queensland Australia but it really belongs to the world. When I was a kid the Great Barrier was the first reef on my radar of imagination. Today the worlds largest coral reef is literally in hot water. Sequential coral bleaching events in 2016 & 2017 have affected 900+ miles of the 1400 mile long structure. Thermal stress causes the coral polyp to lose its symbiotic algae that provide color and supplemental nutrients. Unprecedented back to back bleaching have left this great reef with little time to recover and struggling to survive. These images were photographed on assignment with @natgeo available at @natgeocreative natgeocreative #ocean #coralreef #greatbarrierreef #climatechange #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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Foto maravilhosa da Grande Barreira de Corais na 🇦🇺 Australia 💙🌍🐠 #next2travel #greatbarrierreef #australia Repost da @natgeo 📸 by @daviddoubilet #repost@natgeo ・・・ A DeHavilland Beaver floatplane flies along the channel separating Hook and Hardy reefs on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is the worlds largest and most iconic coral reef system in the world and currently experiencing a 2017 coral bleaching event. High water temperatures cause the coral polyps to lose their symbiotic algae. Last year (2016) 90% of the 1200 mile long reef system experienced an unprecedented coral bleach event. Bleached corals may recover if temperatures drop or they may die and become algae covered deadzones. Shot on assignment for @natgeo with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #coralbleaching #australia #coralreef #climatechange #moreocean to for more #greatbarrierreefsee @daviddoubilet

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#repost@cristinamittermeier (@get_repost) ・・・ Oh Canada! What an honor it is to be part of promoting ocean protection here in my adoptive country. Blessed with the largest coastline in the world and beaches on three oceans, we also have the largest responsibility. On track to protect 10 percent by 2020, Canada will have to create more marine protected areas in the next four years than it has in its entire history.....and it is determined to do it. I hope that portions of the #salishsea, where I photographed this egg yolk jellyfish are among them. @sea_legacy #oceans20 #justintrudeau #speakfornature #canada150 #canada🇨🇦 #moreocean #mpa #10by2020

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A beautiful catch and release by Outpost guide Jonah Smith. Check out last week’s Outpost report: June’s The Word by Lodge Manager Jordan Knight. Link in bio. #farbeyond #fishwcfc

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Photo by @daviddoubilet An ocean swell reveals the hidden world of a healthy and robust Opal Reef on the Great BarrierReef off Port Douglas in Queensland Australia. As you read this the Great Barrier Reef is experiencing back to back years of unprecedented coral bleaching. This process happens when warmer than normal water stresses living coral polyps causing them to lose their symbiotic algae and turn white. After a bleaching event, some corals can recover and others will die and become algae covered.

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😍🐧 @Regrann from @cristinamittermeier - happy #FathersDay! It takes both parents to raise a single chick, and although oftentimes a pair will lay two eggs, it is rare for both chicks to survive. As one parent goes out to sea to feed and bring back food for the chicks, the other parent watches over the babies. It is a lot of work to be a penguin parent and the threats to the chicks are many. Thankfully, these birds live on an island that is protected by the efforts of @thewcs, great organization working on behalf of wildlife all over the world. #onassignmentfor @NatGeo with @paulnicklen And @sea_legacy #malvinas #love #conservation #beauty #penguin #parents #fathersday #moreocean - #regrann

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happy #FathersDay! It takes both parents to raise a single chick, and although oftentimes a pair will lay two eggs, it is rare for both chicks to survive. As one parent goes out to sea to feed and bring back food for the chicks, the other parent watches over the babies. It is a lot of work to be a penguin parent and the threats to the chicks are many. Thankfully, these birds live on an island that is protected by the efforts of @thewcs, great organization working on behalf of wildlife all over the world. #onassignmentfor @NatGeo with @paulnicklen And @sea_legacy #malvinas #love #conservation #beauty #penguin #parents #fathersday #moreocean #wildlife #animals #baby

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Salute to fathers in the sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. . // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety . // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet . VIA @daviddoubilet

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Habit seorang iktiologist gini laaa...tp harap maklum limited knowledge to osteogeneiosus militaris @ tegar misai n sikit2 on marine catfish a.k.a Ariidae. Yes, the father will mouthbrood their fertilized eggs and they will stop feeding during the mouthbrooding period. Why mouthbrood?becoz it will increase the survival percentage of their generations..some fish will lay thousands of eggs but very few of figgerlings will survive at thr end of the journey while Ariidae, they will have big size of eggs with few numbers of it and high % of the babies will survive the journey of life-mouthbrooding la secret dia.. P/s: hi jodoh!!awok ske ikan x??😉 @Regrann from @daviddoubilet - Salute to fathers in the sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet - #regrann

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natgeo Photo by Celebrating World Oceans Day. A clownfish peers from the tentacles of its host anemone in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea. The clownfish and the anemone are partners in the sea: the clownfish keeps predators from the anemone and the anemone provides valuable cover to an entire family of clownfish also called anemonefish. Papua New Guinea is a cornerstone of the Coral Triangle, a region in the Pacific Ocean known for its extreme marine biodiversity. It is critical for all us to recognize the role of oceans in our lives. We are inseparable from the sea, the ocean produces more than half of our oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide. As the oceans go, so do we. Photographed for @NatGeo // @thephotosociety // #ocean #nemo #clownfish #life #partners #beauty #worldoceansday For #MoreOcean follow @DavidDoubilet

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Amazing nature!!! Happy fathers day!!! This male fish protecting his clutch of eggs!!! A true father!!!! #repost@daviddoubilet (@get_repost) ・・・ Salute to fathers in the sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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Happy Father's Day! #repost@daviddoubilet ・・・ Salute to fathers in the sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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📷made by @daviddoubilet - Salute to fathers in the sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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Repost from @daviddoubilet @TopRankRepost #toprankrepostSalute to #fathersin the #sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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@daviddoubilet "Salute to fathers in the sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet"

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Salute to fathers in the sea. A male cardinal fish carries a clutch of eggs in his mouth to protect them from predators in Dumaguete Philippines. This behavior is called "mouth brooding". The male will occasional exhale all of the eggs to aerate them and quickly inhale them back into the safety of his mouth. // Photographed on current assignment for @natgeo story Philippines, An Ocean Nation with @jenniferhayesig @thephotosociety // #ocean #fathersday #fathers #philippines #coraltrianglefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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@Regrann from @natgeo: Photo by @DavidDoubilet Celebrating World Oceans Day. A clownfish peers from the tentacles of its host anemone in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea. The clownfish and the anemone are partners in the sea: the clownfish keeps predators from the anemone and the anemone provides valuable cover to an entire family of clownfish also called anemonefish. Papua New Guinea is a cornerstone of the Coral Triangle, a region in the Pacific Ocean known for its extreme marine biodiversity. It is critical for all us to recognize the role of oceans in our lives. We are inseparable from the sea, the ocean produces more than half of our oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide. As the oceans go, so do we. Photographed for @NatGeo // @thephotosociety // #ocean #nemo #clownfish #life #partners #beauty #worldoceansday For #MoreOcean follow @DavidDoubilet

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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @daviddoubilet A red-spotted blenny gives me the glare from the the safety of its burrow on the Malayan Shipwreck on North Atoll in Tubbataha Reefs National Park. This rare little guy, smaller than your pinky is not an easy fellow to photograph: he/she is very shy, appears as dusk settles in and lives in a surge zone that throws you around like a rag doll. This national park located in the center of the Sulu Sea is an ocean wilderness and designated World Heritage Site. Getting here is not easy and the currents and marine encounters are not predictable, it is where the wild things are earning it the name Serengeti of the sea. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo in Philippines: Coral Nation with @jenniferhayesig . #ocean #tubbataha #philippines #blenny #nationalpark #funny #moreocean #happyeaster@daviddoubilet - #regrann

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Repost @natgeo - @jenniferhayesig // An octopus hunting at night rests for a moment on a shell that it uses as shelter on a barren sand bottom in Anilao Philippines. When the octopus moves it picks up its shell and brings it along like a mobile home. There is very little structure to provide cover on this soft sediment substrate so any piece of wood, shell, debris becomes valuable habitat that these octopus collect, carry and defend. It is always time well spent watching these intelligent creative creatures If you look very very close you will see a chain salp slowly moving through the night sea on the right side of the frame. From on @natgeo assignment in the Philippines: An Océan Nation with @daviddoubilet #leoblancoand @jenniferhayesig #ocean #octopus #philippines #coraltriangle #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig - #regrann

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