Re-enacting dirty dancing for sunset because why not ✨
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Always a treat to encounter one of these Black and White Crinoids! A Nemaster grandis like this filters particles of food from the sea with their beautiful feathery arms. A little mucus layer traps the food, and little tube feet and cilia move the food to the mouth! Look close and see of you can spot any Feather Star Shrimp seeking out a free meal!
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The Green Moray looks green because, like many morays, the animal wards off predators and parasites by secreting a layer of mucus that covers its skin. This slime contains various toxins, including one which destroys red blood cells. The goo also dramatically changes the fish’s appearance While green morays are really a drab shade of brown, the gunk’s yellowish tint gives them a more vibrant hue. . . . . #greenmorayeel #utila #honduras #centralamerica #bayislands #padipro #scu#scubarlife #marinelife #underwaterphotography #underwaterphotographer #underwatervision #islandlife #ocean #scuba #scubadiving #wildlife #tauchen #duiken #plongee #buceo #mittelamerika
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