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Sphyraena barracuda

The Sudanese Red Sea teems with barracuda fish, as seen in this photography by Ireland's Jackie Campbell. The photo won third place in the wide-angle category.

White whales, such as the recently spotted humpback nicknamed Migaloo, are rare and elusive creatures. He’s been seen more than 50 times, including a few times around the Great Barrier Reef.

Call Me Migaloo: The Story Behind Real-Life White Whales

Migaloo, the only known all white humpback whale, was photographed by jenny dean (first, third photos) in the great barrier reef. though often described as albino, migaloo has brown eyes and is more likely leucistic or hypopigmented.

1X - Face to face with Humpback whale by Barathieu Gabriel

Humbpack whales - Réunion island - are bloody beautiful. Their sheer size and texture is so surreal it seems digitalised. Seeing two of them together, side by side, it's difficult to imagine how so much matter could exist in one view.

Writewell does not offer photo services, which is a shame as it means we cannot send staff in to the deep to capture awesome images like this (from Best Underwater Photographer of the Year Competition).

Photographer and marine biologist Octavio Aburto snapped the images of the "fish tornado". Images of an underwater fish "tornado" were captured at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico.

Sailfish hunting - Nature, wildlife, underwater photography by Adriana Basques

Natural history photography, wildlife and underwater images with emphasis on global environment conservation.

Rays of light BY~Ellen Cuylaerts

Rays of light BY~Ellen Cuylaerts, such a great view of the EYES of this manta ray, which are so often diminished in the overall picture of such a beast.

Humpback #whale fin

Astonishing pictures show how a Devon kayaker got up close and personal with a humpback whale feeding frenzy

Humpback whale 'lobtailing' in Chatham Strait. The whale brings its tail down hard on the surface of the water - a sound that can be heard for a distance of several hundred metres underwater. Taken by kayaking photographer Duncan Murrell

ship wreck

Shipwreck in the Red Sea

A pair of divers explore the wreck of the Giannis D (originally Shoyo Maru) on the Abu Nuhas reef, Strait of Gubal, Red Sea, Egypt. By British photographer Alex Mustard. He's travelled the world snapping pictures of wrecked ships lying on the sea bed.

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