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Shark, Kronos Reef
Coral at Jarvis Island National Wildlife Refuge
Chromis reef fish and staghorn coral at Palmyra Atoll NWR
Gray reef shark (Carcharinus amblyrhynchos).
Coral reef survey off coast of Puerto Rico
Fivestripe (Thalassoma quinquevittatum) wrasse in foreground with breaking wave over shallow reef
EXXON VALDEZ aground on Bligh Reef being lightered to reduce oil spillage and lighten ship to get off reef.
Studying Coral Health in St. Thomas, USVI
Moorish Idols and teardrop butterfly fish are only a couple of immense varieties of reef fish -297 species identified thus far- that call Kingman Reef National Wildlife Refuge home. Photo Credit: Amanda Pollock/USFWS.
Vieques National Wildlife Refuge
Chaetodon miliaris - butterfly fish over healthy Porites lobata coral reef.
Truk native diving on artificial reef
Coral Reef at Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge
Sea anemone at Kingman Reef NWR
Hawks Bill Turtle - Kealia Pond NWR
A pencil urchin is found among the coral at Kingman Reef National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Amanda Pollock/USFWS
Shells containing oyster spat raised by the Oyster Recovery Partnership are bagged and placed on pallets to grow before being transplanted to a designated oyster reef elsewhere in the Chesapeake Bay.
Pterois sphex - Lionfish - Dorsal spines are extremely poisonous. Living in pipe in artificial reef
Whitetip reef shark (Triaenodon obesus)
Both Palmyra Atoll and Kingman Reef National Wildlife Refuge are home to rare giant clams. Photo credit: Amanda Pollock / USFWS
Native Hawaiian sitting on outrigger canoe with Diamondhead in the background. 'Coral Reefs of the Hawaiian Islands' by Alexander Agassiz. April 1889. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, at Harvard College. Vol. XVII. No. 3. Library Call
Hawksbill Sea Turtle
PP 2010 Volunteers Join Indonesians To Replace Mangrove Trees
Uncovered reef flat with intervening channels at low tide on the Guam coastline.
A hazard of a diving marine biologist. Hammers on the head tend to discourage attack. Carcharinis Limbatus - grey shark on a murky day at the reef.
Scientific diver taking notes on reef transect
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