2018 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition

This is one of the most prestigious contests of underwater photography.

Pictures from Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition.

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1. On the border of two worlds . A group of island in the central part of Tonga in the Pacific Ocean. (Grant Thomas Photo | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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2. First place in the category of “Macro.” Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Jeff Milisen | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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3. American hydrolag – cartilage fish, lives in the temperate waters of the northeastern and central-eastern Pacific. on Hearst Island, Canada. (Photo by Claudio Zori | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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4. Gray seal. (Photo by Greg Lecoeur | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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5. California Sea Lion. California sea lions are distinguished by their acumen and ability to adapt to various anthropogenic changes in the environment. (Photo by Tyler Schiffman | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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6. Creature Favorinus pacificus with eggs in Anilao, Philippines. (Photo by Flavio Vailati | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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7. Polycera quadrilineata snail. (Photo by Fredrik Ehrenstršm | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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8. The giant sea devil. This is the largest of the slopes, the width of the body of individuals reaches 9.1 m (in the bulk of 4-4.5 meters), and the mass of large specimens – up to 3 tons. (Photo by Alvin Cheung | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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9. The real dinosaur. In the United States, the acute crocodile is found in southern Florida (as well as in Puerto Rico), however, due to the warming of the climate, the boundaries of the range may expand further north. (Photo by Antonio Pastrana | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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10. Dolphins in Bimini, Bahamas. (Photo by Eugene Kitsios | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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11. The common sand shark is a large-sized cartilage fish found in the warm coastal waters of the subtropics. (Photo by Debbie Wallace | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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12. Scuba diver and underwater vegetation. (Photo by Andrea Falcomatà | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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13. Crab in Victoria, Australia. (Photo by PT Hirschfield | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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14. Lunch on the island of Reunion. (Photo by Miguel Ramirez | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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15. Nudibranch mollusk Hypselodoris bullocki nudibranch in Bali, Indonesia. (Photo by Bruno Van Saen | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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16. The clash of two worlds. New South Wales, Australia. (Photo by Jordan Robins | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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17. And again in the lens the boundary of two worlds. This time in the Red Sea, Egypt. (Photo by Tobias Friedrich | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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18. Humpback whale and its kitten in Saint-Gilles, Reunion Island. (Photo by Francois Baelen | The Ocean Art 2018 Underwater Photography Competition):

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Source | Avax.news

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