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Small Giant Clam (Tridacna maxima) siphon detail, showing colorful symbiotic photosynthetic algae growing in Giant Clam's flesh, algae produces oxygen while consuming waste ammonia, Solomon Islands  -  Chris Newbert
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00971018 Small Giant Clam (Tridacna maxima) siphon detail, showing colorful symbiotic photosynthetic algae growing in Giant Clam's flesh, algae produces oxygen while consuming waste ammonia, Solomon Islands© Chris Newbert
Midge (Chironomidae) able to survive in low oxygen environments, Spain  -  Albert Lleal
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00780046 Midge (Chironomidae) able to survive in low oxygen environments, Spain© Albert Lleal
Blanketweed (Cladophora sp) a fast growing filamentous algae that can grow two meters a day, showing oxygen bubbles trapped underneath, weed plant in ponds, worldwide distribution  -  Stephen Dalton
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00771325 Blanketweed (Cladophora sp) a fast growing filamentous algae that can grow two meters a day, showing oxygen bubbles trapped underneath, weed plant in ponds, worldwide distribution© Stephen Dalton
Common Sea Urchin (Paracentrotus lividus) in fast moving water showing spines and tube feet, the water penetrates the urchin and provides oxygen, Catalonia, Spain
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00565314 Common Sea Urchin (Paracentrotus lividus) in fast moving water showing spines and tube feet, the water penetrates the urchin and provides oxygen, Catalonia, Spain© Albert Lleal
Common Sea Urchin (Paracentrotus lividus) in fast moving water showing spines and tube feet, the water penetrates the urchin and provides oxygen, Catalonia, Spain
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00565313 Common Sea Urchin (Paracentrotus lividus) in fast moving water showing spines and tube feet, the water penetrates the urchin and provides oxygen, Catalonia, Spain© Albert Lleal
Lake Titicaca Frog (Telmatobius culeus) showing extensive skin folds which help with oxygen absorption, Lake Titicaca, Andes Mountains, Bolivia and Peru
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00216727 Lake Titicaca Frog (Telmatobius culeus) showing extensive skin folds which help with oxygen absorption, Lake Titicaca, Andes Mountains, Bolivia and Peru© Pete Oxford
Lake Titicaca Frog (Telmatobius culeus) view showing extensive skin folds which help with oxygen absorption, Lake Titicaca, Andes Mountains, Bolivia and Peru, South America
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00216726 Lake Titicaca Frog (Telmatobius culeus) view showing extensive skin folds which help with oxygen absorption, Lake Titicaca, Andes Mountains, Bolivia and Peru, South America© Pete Oxford
Lake Titicaca Frog (Telmatobius culeus) view showing extensive skin folds which help with oxygen absorption, Lake Titicaca, Andes Mountains, Bolivia and Peru, South America
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00216725 Lake Titicaca Frog (Telmatobius culeus) view showing extensive skin folds which help with oxygen absorption, Lake Titicaca, Andes Mountains, Bolivia and Peru, South America© Pete Oxford
Neptune seagrass (Posidonia oceanica) with oxygen bubbles on blades. Seagrass beds absorb and store carbon 35 times more efficiently than rainforests helping the fight against climate change. 1m2 of S...
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90853486 Neptune seagrass (Posidonia oceanica) with oxygen bubbles on blades. Seagrass beds absorb and store carbon 35 times more efficiently than rainforests helping the fight against climate change. 1m2 of S...©
Greenback cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii stomias) swimming with its mouth open. Fish do this to take in more water across their gills hence they derive more oxygen from that water flow. Neota W...
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90853052 Greenback cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii stomias) swimming with its mouth open. Fish do this to take in more water across their gills hence they derive more oxygen from that water flow. Neota W...©
Strunzite, phosphate triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing hydrogen, iron, manganese, oxygen, and phosphorus against white background
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90852008 Strunzite, phosphate triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing hydrogen, iron, manganese, oxygen, and phosphorus against white background©
Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) female aged 12 months undergoing health check, veterinary nurse adminstering oxygen following anaesthetic. Joey's mother died from a terminal chlamydia infection. Te...
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90839825 Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) female aged 12 months undergoing health check, veterinary nurse adminstering oxygen following anaesthetic. Joey's mother died from a terminal chlamydia infection. Te...© Doug Gimesy
Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) female aged 12 months undergoing health check, veterinary nurse adminstering oxygen following anaesthetic. Joey's mother died from a terminal chlamydia infection. Te...
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90839824 Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) female aged 12 months undergoing health check, veterinary nurse adminstering oxygen following anaesthetic. Joey's mother died from a terminal chlamydia infection. Te...© Doug Gimesy
Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832669 Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832665 Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832663 Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832655 Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832654 Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832653 Seagrass with oxygen bubbles rising, Passe Femme / Femme channel, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Algae on the sandy sea floor produce oxygen bubbles, Cosmoledo Island, Seychelles, Indian Ocean
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90832582 Algae on the sandy sea floor produce oxygen bubbles, Cosmoledo Island, Seychelles, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Hoverfly larva (Syrphidae), using its breathing siphon to reach atmospheric oxygen, Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797192 Hoverfly larva (Syrphidae), using its breathing siphon to reach atmospheric oxygen, Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Hoverfly larva (Syrphidae), using its breathing siphon to reach atmospheric oxygen, Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797191 Hoverfly larva (Syrphidae), using its breathing siphon to reach atmospheric oxygen, Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Hoverfly larva (Syrphidae), using its breathing siphon to reach atmospheric oxygen, Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797189 Hoverfly larva (Syrphidae), using its breathing siphon to reach atmospheric oxygen, Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791374 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791373 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791372 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii)  washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...
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90791370 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii)  washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...
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90791369 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-firefliy (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or prey de...
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90791368 Bioluminescent Sea-firefliy (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or prey de...© Solvin Zankl
Blue Green algae on the shores of Lake Windermere, Ambleside, Lake District, UK. Blue Green algae is toxic and is becoming far more frequent as temperatures rise due to climate change. June 2014
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90788879 Blue Green algae on the shores of Lake Windermere, Ambleside, Lake District, UK. Blue Green algae is toxic and is becoming far more frequent as temperatures rise due to climate change. June 2014© Ashley Cooper
Trees providing shade for bus passengers, Elephant and Castle, London UK
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90750065 Trees providing shade for bus passengers, Elephant and Castle, London UK© Terry Whittaker
Mosquito (Ochlerotatus japonicus) pupa breathing atmospheric oxygen at surface. The left one is about to moult as indicated by the silvery shine. Invasive Species, Freiburg, Germany
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90734527 Mosquito (Ochlerotatus japonicus) pupa breathing atmospheric oxygen at surface. The left one is about to moult as indicated by the silvery shine. Invasive Species, Freiburg, Germany© Solvin Zankl
Mosquito (Ochlerotatus japonicus) pupa breathing atmospheric oxygen at surface. Invasive Species, Freiburg, Germany, August.
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90734500 Mosquito (Ochlerotatus japonicus) pupa breathing atmospheric oxygen at surface. Invasive Species, Freiburg, Germany, August.© Solvin Zankl
Mosquito (Culex pipiens) larvae breathing atmospheric oxygen at water surface. They just hatched and it is the first time they fill there spiracle with air. Kiel, Germany. Sequence 4/4.
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90734499 Mosquito (Culex pipiens) larvae breathing atmospheric oxygen at water surface. They just hatched and it is the first time they fill there spiracle with air. Kiel, Germany. Sequence 4/4.© Solvin Zankl
Man with laptop computer on  48m high  tower used to collect data about the CO2 and O2 levels. Tropical rainforest, Barro Colorado Island, Gatun Lake, Panama Canal, Panama. November 2012.
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90729372 Man with laptop computer on 48m high tower used to collect data about the CO2 and O2 levels. Tropical rainforest, Barro Colorado Island, Gatun Lake, Panama Canal, Panama. November 2012.© Cyril Ruoso
A high 48m tower used to collected data about the CO2 and O2 levels. Tropical rainforest, Barro Colorado Island, Gatun Lake, Panama Canal, Panama.
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90729371 A high 48m tower used to collected data about the CO2 and O2 levels. Tropical rainforest, Barro Colorado Island, Gatun Lake, Panama Canal, Panama.© Cyril Ruoso
Red Sea anemonefish (Amphiprion bicinctus) fans oxygen rich water over its clutch of eggs with its pectoral fin. The eggs are close to hatching and laid next to the red skirt of a magnificent sea anem...
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90703422 Red Sea anemonefish (Amphiprion bicinctus) fans oxygen rich water over its clutch of eggs with its pectoral fin. The eggs are close to hatching and laid next to the red skirt of a magnificent sea anem...© Alex Mustard
Dead fish floating in canal due to lack of oxygen, Chiba, Japan  -  Ryukichi Kameda/ Nature Producti
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00484987 Dead fish floating in canal due to lack of oxygen, Chiba, Japan© Ryukichi Kameda/ Nature Production
Pondweed (Elodea sp) giving off oxygen bubbles in sunlight.
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90841732 Pondweed (Elodea sp) giving off oxygen bubbles in sunlight.© Nigel Cattlin
Filamentous algae or blanket weed oxygen bubbles forming in dense growth on the surface of a garden pond. Berkshire, England, UK, March.
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90828267 Filamentous algae or blanket weed oxygen bubbles forming in dense growth on the surface of a garden pond. Berkshire, England, UK, March.© Nigel Cattlin
Filamentous algae or blanket weed oxygen bubbles forming in dense growth on the surface of a garden pond. Berkshire, England, UK, March.
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90828266 Filamentous algae or blanket weed oxygen bubbles forming in dense growth on the surface of a garden pond. Berkshire, England, UK, March.© Nigel Cattlin
Black Heart anoxia damage to the internal flesh of a Potato tuber in storage (Solanum tuberosum).
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90800128 Black Heart anoxia damage to the internal flesh of a Potato tuber in storage (Solanum tuberosum).© Nigel Cattlin
Black vulture (Coragyps atratus) group of adults eating thousands of dead fish floating on lake, Dinero, Lake Corpus Christi, South Texas, USA Fish died as result of drought and lack of oxygen  -  Rolf Nussbaumer/ npl
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90690057 Black vulture (Coragyps atratus) group of adults eating thousands of dead fish floating on lake, Dinero, Lake Corpus Christi, South Texas, USA Fish died as result of drought and lack of oxygen© Rolf Nussbaumer / NPL
Dead fish at lake edge, suffocated by algal bloom from too many nutrients in water and not enough oxygen, Lake Trafford, Florida, USA  -  Steven David Miller/ npl
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90676968 Dead fish at lake edge, suffocated by algal bloom from too many nutrients in water and not enough oxygen, Lake Trafford, Florida, USA© Steven David Miller / NPL
Mat of Green freshwater algae blooming on a damp draincover, releasing oxygen bubbles through photosynthesis, Wiltshire, UK, May  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90396516 Mat of Green freshwater algae blooming on a damp draincover, releasing oxygen bubbles through photosynthesis, Wiltshire, UK, May© Nick Upton / NPL
Water scorpion (Nepa cinerea) waiting for prey underwater while breathing atmospheric oxygen using its siphon, Europe, May, controlled conditions  -  Jan Hamrsky/ npl
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90383793 Water scorpion (Nepa cinerea) waiting for prey underwater while breathing atmospheric oxygen using its siphon, Europe, May, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky / NPL
Water scorpion (Nepa cinerea) waiting for prey underwater while breathing atmospheric oxygen using its siphon, Europe, May, controlled conditions  -  Jan Hamrsky/ npl
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90383792 Water scorpion (Nepa cinerea) waiting for prey underwater while breathing atmospheric oxygen using its siphon, Europe, May, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky / NPL
Cushion sea star (Oreaster reticulatus) high magnification detail of the skin gills used to absorb oxygen from the water between the red knobbly spines, East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, British...  -  Alex Mustard/ npl
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90380440 Cushion sea star (Oreaster reticulatus) high magnification detail of the skin gills used to absorb oxygen from the water between the red knobbly spines, East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, British...© Alex Mustard / NPL
Flamingo tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum) feeding on a seafan (Gorgonia ventalina) Cyphomas feed on corals and concentrate the toxic chemicals into their mantle, which they then wrap around the outside of it...  -  Alex Mustard/ npl
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90374327 Flamingo tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum) feeding on a seafan (Gorgonia ventalina) Cyphomas feed on corals and concentrate the toxic chemicals into their mantle, which they then wrap around the outside of it...© Alex Mustard / NPL
close up of gills of Reef manta ray (Manta birostris, alfredi) feeding, with open gill slits showing gill plates through which plankton is filtered (and which also draw oxygen from the water for respi...  -  Doug Perrine/ npl
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90292474 close up of gills of Reef manta ray (Manta birostris, alfredi) feeding, with open gill slits showing gill plates through which plankton is filtered (and which also draw oxygen from the water for respi...© Doug Perrine / NPL
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