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Paper argonaut (Argonauta sp) Gulf of Mexico, deep sea species  -  David Shale/ npl
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90158658 Paper argonaut (Argonauta sp) Gulf of Mexico, deep sea species© David Shale / NPL
Deepsea fish {Paraliparis sp.) North East, Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde Islands depth 700-1000m  -  David Shale/ npl
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90031596 Deepsea fish {Paraliparis sp.) North East, Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde Islands depth 700-1000m© David Shale / NPL
Anglerfish (Lophiiformes) with lure projecting from head to attract prey, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412822 Anglerfish (Lophiiformes) with lure projecting from head to attract prey, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Siphonophore (Nanomia sp) close up of nectophores, and palpons. Gulf of  Maine, Atlanic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.
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90741805 Siphonophore (Nanomia sp) close up of nectophores, and palpons. Gulf of Maine, Atlanic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.© David Shale
Siphonophore (Namonia) close up of anterior end of a colony with typical pneumatophore with red pigmented apex, From the Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.
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90741804 Siphonophore (Namonia) close up of anterior end of a colony with typical pneumatophore with red pigmented apex, From the Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.© David Shale
Siphonophore (Nanomia) portion of siphosome with at least 15 cormidia, Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.
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90741803 Siphonophore (Nanomia) portion of siphosome with at least 15 cormidia, Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.© David Shale
Siphonophore (Nanomia cara) close up of coiled tentacles, Gulf of Maine, Atlantic ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.
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90741802 Siphonophore (Nanomia cara) close up of coiled tentacles, Gulf of Maine, Atlantic ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.© David Shale
Siphonophore (Nanomia cara) close up, from the Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.
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90741801 Siphonophore (Nanomia cara) close up, from the Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.© David Shale
Siphonophore (Nanomia) close up of nectophores, and cormidium Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.
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90741800 Siphonophore (Nanomia) close up of nectophores, and cormidium Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Epipelagic species found up to 300m depth.© David Shale
Loosejaw (Aristostomias sp) with lure, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412834 Loosejaw (Aristostomias sp) with lure, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Barbeled Dragonfish (Leptostomias sp) with barbel for communication or to lure prey, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412833 Barbeled Dragonfish (Leptostomias sp) with barbel for communication or to lure prey, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp) and crab, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412832 Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp) and crab, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp) eith camouflaged shrimp, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412831 Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp) eith camouflaged shrimp, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Triggerfish (Balistidae) living amongst Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp), Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412830 Triggerfish (Balistidae) living amongst Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp), Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp) floating in open ocean provides a home for many creatures, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412829 Sargassum Weed (Sargassum sp) floating in open ocean provides a home for many creatures, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Barbeled Dragonfish (Melanostomias sp) showing head with bioluminescence, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412828 Barbeled Dragonfish (Melanostomias sp) showing head with bioluminescence, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Squid (Pyroteuthis sp) showing eye detail, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412827 Squid (Pyroteuthis sp) showing eye detail, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Squid (Histioteuthis sp), Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412826 Squid (Histioteuthis sp), Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Anglerfish (Lophiiformes) male, male is ten times smaller than female and has well developed olfactory system to help locate females in the darkness, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412825 Anglerfish (Lophiiformes) male, male is ten times smaller than female and has well developed olfactory system to help locate females in the darkness, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Anglerfish (Lophiiformes) male is ten times smaller than female and attaches as a parasite, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412824 Anglerfish (Lophiiformes) male is ten times smaller than female and attaches as a parasite, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Shrimp photographed at ocean surface, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412823 Shrimp photographed at ocean surface, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Black Seadevil (Melanocoetus sp) female with lure projecting from head to attract prey, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412821 Black Seadevil (Melanocoetus sp) female with lure projecting from head to attract prey, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Amphipod (Cystisoma sp) body is totally transparent and the redness in the huge eye is the visual pigment in the retina, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412820 Amphipod (Cystisoma sp) body is totally transparent and the redness in the huge eye is the visual pigment in the retina, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Fangtooth (Anoplogaster cornuta) deep sea fish, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412819 Fangtooth (Anoplogaster cornuta) deep sea fish, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Jellyfish (Periphyllidae) in deep sea, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412818 Jellyfish (Periphyllidae) in deep sea, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Sea Slug (Pterotrachea sp), Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412817 Sea Slug (Pterotrachea sp), Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Sea Butterfly (Clio sp) deep sea species, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412816 Sea Butterfly (Clio sp) deep sea species, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Copepod (Megacalanus sp), Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412815 Copepod (Megacalanus sp), Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Ostrocod (Gigantocypris sp) tiny crustacean, Cape Verde Island, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412197 Ostrocod (Gigantocypris sp) tiny crustacean, Cape Verde Island, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Malacostracan (Nebaliopsis sp), Gulf of Mexico, Baja California, Mexico  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412196 Malacostracan (Nebaliopsis sp), Gulf of Mexico, Baja California, Mexico© David Shale/ npl
Spookfish (Dolichopteryx sp) deep sea species occurring in the twilight zone, off Cape Verde Iles, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412195 Spookfish (Dolichopteryx sp) deep sea species occurring in the twilight zone, off Cape Verde Iles, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Deep-sea Comb Jelly showing bioluminescence, Gulf of Mexico, Baja California, Mexico  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412194 Deep-sea Comb Jelly showing bioluminescence, Gulf of Mexico, Baja California, Mexico© David Shale/ npl
Sargassum Frogfish (Histrio histrio) camouflaged on Sargassum seaweed off Cape Verde Islands, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412193 Sargassum Frogfish (Histrio histrio) camouflaged on Sargassum seaweed off Cape Verde Islands, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) mother and newborn calf, Scotland  -  David Shale/ npl
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00411083 Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) mother and newborn calf, Scotland© David Shale/ npl
Little Auk (Alle alle) perching, Greenland  -  David Shale/ npl
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00410636 Little Auk (Alle alle) perching, Greenland© David Shale/ npl
Black Bear (Ursus americanus) cooling off in stream, Minnesota  -  David Shale/ npl
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00410422 Black Bear (Ursus americanus) cooling off in stream, Minnesota© David Shale/ npl
Honey hunter collecting wild honey from Himalayan Giant Honeybee (Apis laboriosa) cliff combs, Landrung, Nepal  -  David Shale/ npl
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00410250 Honey hunter collecting wild honey from Himalayan Giant Honeybee (Apis laboriosa) cliff combs, Landrung, Nepal© David Shale/ npl
Rhesus Macaque (Macaca mulatta) family drinking, Puerto Rico  -  David Shale/ npl
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00410224 Rhesus Macaque (Macaca mulatta) family drinking, Puerto Rico© David Shale/ npl
Wild Cat (Felis silvestris) week old kitten in den, Scotland  -  David Shale/ npl
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00410176 Wild Cat (Felis silvestris) week old kitten in den, Scotland© David Shale/ npl
Stylasterid coral (Stylaster sp) and primnoid corals, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689994 Stylasterid coral (Stylaster sp) and primnoid corals, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Stalked colonial tunicate (Ascidiacea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689993 Stalked colonial tunicate (Ascidiacea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Feather star, stalked crinoid (Crinoidea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, November 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689992 Feather star, stalked crinoid (Crinoidea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, November 2011© David Shale / NPL
Squat lobster (Galatheidae) on black fan coral, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689991 Squat lobster (Galatheidae) on black fan coral, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Soft coral (Narella or Paranarella sp) with snake brittlestar, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689990 Soft coral (Narella or Paranarella sp) with snake brittlestar, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Sea pen (Pennatulacea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689989 Sea pen (Pennatulacea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Close up of Sea pen (Pennatulacea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689988 Close up of Sea pen (Pennatulacea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Armoured sea cucumber (Psolidae) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689987 Armoured sea cucumber (Psolidae) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Polynoid scale worm (Polynoidae) from dragon vent field on Indian ridge, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, November 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689986 Polynoid scale worm (Polynoidae) from dragon vent field on Indian ridge, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, November 2011© David Shale / NPL
Close up of Pencil urchin (Cidaroidea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689985 Close up of Pencil urchin (Cidaroidea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Pencil urchin (Cidaroidea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689984 Pencil urchin (Cidaroidea) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
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