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Frilled Sea Anemone (Metridium sp) growing on shallow rocks near the south end of Browning Pass affected by ocean currents, British Columbia, Canada  -  Fred Bavendam
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00152143 Frilled Sea Anemone (Metridium sp) growing on shallow rocks near the south end of Browning Pass affected by ocean currents, British Columbia, Canada© Fred Bavendam
Backpacker crossing bridge in snowstorm, Lake Christobel, Lewis Pass, New Zealand  -  Barbara Brown/ Hedgehog House
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00260221 Backpacker crossing bridge in snowstorm, Lake Christobel, Lewis Pass, New Zealand© Barbara Brown/ Hedgehog House
Red Irish lord (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus)  resting on a yellow sponge, in front of red soft coral (Eunephthya rubiformis). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canada. Nor...
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90727363 Red Irish lord (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) resting on a yellow sponge, in front of red soft coral (Eunephthya rubiformis). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canada. Nor...© Alex Mustard
Brown bear (Ursus arctos beringianus) fishing for Sockeye salmon in the Ozernaya River, Kamtchatka, Russia, August
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90720326 Brown bear (Ursus arctos beringianus) fishing for Sockeye salmon in the Ozernaya River, Kamtchatka, Russia, August© Michel Roggo
Scenic view of a bull kelp forest (Nereocystis luetkeana) with sunlight shining through the fronds. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canada. North East Pacific Ocean.
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90720272 Scenic view of a bull kelp forest (Nereocystis luetkeana) with sunlight shining through the fronds. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canada. North East Pacific Ocean.© Alex Mustard
Red eye medusa (Polyorchis penicillatus) with its feeding tentacles extended to catch planktonic prey. Note that the bell of the jelly has hitchhiking amphipods (Hyperia medusarum). Browning Pass, Van...
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90720271 Red eye medusa (Polyorchis penicillatus) with its feeding tentacles extended to catch planktonic prey. Note that the bell of the jelly has hitchhiking amphipods (Hyperia medusarum). Browning Pass, Van...© Alex Mustard,Alex Mustard
Green surf anemones (Anthopleura xanthogrammica) grow in shallow water below the temperate rain forest. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. North East Pacific Ocean.
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90720270 Green surf anemones (Anthopleura xanthogrammica) grow in shallow water below the temperate rain forest. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. North East Pacific Ocean.© Alex Mustard,Alex Mustard
The eye of a Pacific giant octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini). Browning Pass, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
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90698571 The eye of a Pacific giant octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini). Browning Pass, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Alex Mustard / naturepl
Close-up detail of the eye of a Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) showing distinctive corneal chromatophores (pigment-containing structures). Browning Pass, Vancouver Island, British C...
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90874346 Close-up detail of the eye of a Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) showing distinctive corneal chromatophores (pigment-containing structures). Browning Pass, Vancouver Island, British C...©
Tourists and Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) on Togwotee Pass in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming, USA. May.
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90855891 Tourists and Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) on Togwotee Pass in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming, USA. May.©
Colourful patterns of a Blue-line chiton (Tonicella undocaerulea). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North East Pacific Ocean.
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90854101 Colourful patterns of a Blue-line chiton (Tonicella undocaerulea). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North East Pacific Ocean.©
Orange peel nudibranch (Tochuina tetraquetra) feeding on Red soft coral (Eunephthya rubiformis) with Short plumose anemones (Metridium senile). There is a second nudibranch behind the outcrop. Brownin...
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90854100 Orange peel nudibranch (Tochuina tetraquetra) feeding on Red soft coral (Eunephthya rubiformis) with Short plumose anemones (Metridium senile). There is a second nudibranch behind the outcrop. Brownin...©
White-spotted anemone / Strawberry anemone (Utricina lofotensis) growing beneath the kelp forest. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North E...
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90854099 White-spotted anemone / Strawberry anemone (Utricina lofotensis) growing beneath the kelp forest. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North E...©
School of black rockfish (Sebastes melanops) shelter in a Bull kelp forest (Nereocystis luetkeana). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North...
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90854098 School of black rockfish (Sebastes melanops) shelter in a Bull kelp forest (Nereocystis luetkeana). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North...©
Orange sunflower star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) beneath a forest of giant bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Str...
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90854096 Orange sunflower star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) beneath a forest of giant bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana). Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Str...©
Yellow nudibranch / Monterey sea lemon (Archidoris montereyensis) crawls over kelp. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North East Pacific Oc...
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90854093 Yellow nudibranch / Monterey sea lemon (Archidoris montereyensis) crawls over kelp. Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Queen Charlotte Strait, North East Pacific Oc...©
Merten's chiton (Lepidozona mertensi), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837646 Merten's chiton (Lepidozona mertensi), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Chiton (Mopalia sp., probably Mopalia spectabilis); Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. October.
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90837645 Chiton (Mopalia sp., probably Mopalia spectabilis); Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. October.© David Hall
Giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) emerging from its den, siphon open, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837311 Giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) emerging from its den, siphon open, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
A Giant rock scallop (Crassadoma gigantea) encrusted with and surrounded by several other invertebrates animals, including White anemones (Metridium sp.), White mushroom ascidians (Distaplia sp.), Red...
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90837308 A Giant rock scallop (Crassadoma gigantea) encrusted with and surrounded by several other invertebrates animals, including White anemones (Metridium sp.), White mushroom ascidians (Distaplia sp.), Red...© David Hall
Golden dirona nudibranch (Dirona pellucida), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837307 Golden dirona nudibranch (Dirona pellucida), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Grunt sculpin (Rhamphocottus richardsonii) using its pectoral fins to walk rather than swim. Its camouflage coloration resembles broken shells, among which it is often found. It sometimes resides in t...
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90837303 Grunt sculpin (Rhamphocottus richardsonii) using its pectoral fins to walk rather than swim. Its camouflage coloration resembles broken shells, among which it is often found. It sometimes resides in t...© David Hall
Heart crab (Phyllolithodes papillosus) portrait, Browning Pass, British Columbia, Canada. April.
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90837298 Heart crab (Phyllolithodes papillosus) portrait, Browning Pass, British Columbia, Canada. April.© David Hall
Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September. The males and females are very different in appearance and were originally de...
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90837295 Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September. The males and females are very different in appearance and were originally de...© David Hall
Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male guarding at least three clusters of dark brown eggs, located just below where he is perched. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Cana...
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90837294 Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male guarding at least three clusters of dark brown eggs, located just below where he is perched. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Cana...© David Hall
Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male guarding at least three clusters of dark brown eggs, located just below where he is perched. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Cana...
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90837293 Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male guarding at least three clusters of dark brown eggs, located just below where he is perched. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Cana...© David Hall
Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male guarding at least three clusters of dark brown eggs, located just below where he is perched. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Cana...
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90837292 Kelp greenling (Hexagrammos decagrammus) male guarding at least three clusters of dark brown eggs, located just below where he is perched. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Cana...© David Hall
Leather star (Dermasterias imbricata), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. April.
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90837291 Leather star (Dermasterias imbricata), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. April.© David Hall
Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata); Browning Pass, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837290 Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata); Browning Pass, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata) with Orange Social Tunicates (Metandrocarpa taylori) and pale orange-yellow California sea pork (Aplidium californicum), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British...
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90837289 Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata) with Orange Social Tunicates (Metandrocarpa taylori) and pale orange-yellow California sea pork (Aplidium californicum), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British...© David Hall
Split level of a Lion's mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) and Feather-boa kelp (Egregia menziesii), Seven-tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837284 Split level of a Lion's mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) and Feather-boa kelp (Egregia menziesii), Seven-tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Moon jellyfish (Aurelia labiata) viewed from below, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. February.
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90837275 Moon jellyfish (Aurelia labiata) viewed from below, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. February.© David Hall
Morning sun star (Solaster dawsoni), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. May.
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90837273 Morning sun star (Solaster dawsoni), Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. May.© David Hall
Opalescent nudibranch (Hermissenda crassicornis) which preys upon stinging hydroids. It retains its prey's stinging cells (cnidocytes) which are transported to the colorful cerrata on nudibranch&#...
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90837267 Opalescent nudibranch (Hermissenda crassicornis) which preys upon stinging hydroids. It retains its prey's stinging cells (cnidocytes) which are transported to the colorful cerrata on nudibranch&#...© David Hall
Armored Sea Cucumber (Psolus chitonoides), Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837241 Armored Sea Cucumber (Psolus chitonoides), Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Split level of Acorn barnacles (Balanus glandula) just below the surface, Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837240 Split level of Acorn barnacles (Balanus glandula) just below the surface, Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Acorn barnacles (Semibalanus cariosus) and (Balanus glandula), Mussels (Mytilus sp.), and Plumose anemones (Metridium senile) underwater at high tide, Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte...
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90837239 Acorn barnacles (Semibalanus cariosus) and (Balanus glandula), Mussels (Mytilus sp.), and Plumose anemones (Metridium senile) underwater at high tide, Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte...© David Hall
Black rockfish (Sebastes melanops) with Bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana). Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait; British Columbia, Canada. October.
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90837235 Black rockfish (Sebastes melanops) with Bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana). Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait; British Columbia, Canada. October.© David Hall
Black Rockfish (Sebastes melanops) with encrusted rock wall; North Wall, Browning Pass, British Columbia, Canada. October. Encrusting organisms seen include calcareous tubeworms, crustose coralline al...
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90837234 Black Rockfish (Sebastes melanops) with encrusted rock wall; North Wall, Browning Pass, British Columbia, Canada. October. Encrusting organisms seen include calcareous tubeworms, crustose coralline al...© David Hall
Decorated warbonnets (Chirolophis decoratus) mated pair, the larger one with a swollen belly being a gravid female. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837225 Decorated warbonnets (Chirolophis decoratus) mated pair, the larger one with a swollen belly being a gravid female. Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Ferreira's Chiton (Mopalia ferreirai) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, September.
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90837223 Ferreira's Chiton (Mopalia ferreirai) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, September.© David Hall
Fried Egg Jellyfish (Phacellophora camtschatica) viewed from below; Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837222 Fried Egg Jellyfish (Phacellophora camtschatica) viewed from below; Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Moon jelly (Aurelia labiata) and Cross jellies (Mitrocoma cellularia) split level view in Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia. October.
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90837220 Moon jelly (Aurelia labiata) and Cross jellies (Mitrocoma cellularia) split level view in Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia. October.© David Hall
Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) Among thecamouflaged amongst Plumose anemones (Metridium senile), red soft coral (Gersemia rubiformis), various sponges, bryozoans and calcareous tube...
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90837219 Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) Among thecamouflaged amongst Plumose anemones (Metridium senile), red soft coral (Gersemia rubiformis), various sponges, bryozoans and calcareous tube...© David Hall
Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) among Sulfur Sponge (Myxilla lacunosa) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. May.
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90837218 Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) among Sulfur Sponge (Myxilla lacunosa) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. May.© David Hall
Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) with Pygmy rock crab (Cancer oregonensis). Seven-Tree Island, Browning Pass, British Columbia. September.
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90837217 Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) with Pygmy rock crab (Cancer oregonensis). Seven-Tree Island, Browning Pass, British Columbia. September.© David Hall
Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) with Plumose anemones (Metridium senile) Seven-tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. May.
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90837216 Red Irish lord fish (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus) with Plumose anemones (Metridium senile) Seven-tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. May.© David Hall
Hooded nudibranchs (Melibe leonina) clinging to bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana) at night split level sho, . Nigei Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837214 Hooded nudibranchs (Melibe leonina) clinging to bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana) at night split level sho, . Nigei Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Maroon hermit crabs (Pagurus hemphilli) in shells of Blue Topsnail (Calliostoma ligatum) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837211 Maroon hermit crabs (Pagurus hemphilli) in shells of Blue Topsnail (Calliostoma ligatum) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
Greenmark hermit (Pagurus caurinus) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.
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90837207 Greenmark hermit (Pagurus caurinus) Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September.© David Hall
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