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NOAA's Coral Kingdom Collection
Catalog of Images

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Must come down --- photo #2 of sequence. A school of barracuda.
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Bluefin trevally
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Reef whitetip shark.
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum)
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Remora - shark sucker.
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Reef scene with purple anthias
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Cabbage coral
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Whitespot hawkfish (Parracirrhites hemistictus)
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Swains Island
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A school of rainbow runners
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Cabbage coral
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Coral reef scene
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Cabbage coral with purple anthias
American Samoa, Swains Island
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A crab in the shallows of Swains Island
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Arc-eye hawkfish (Paracirrhites arcatus)
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Green and pink reef scene
American Samoa, Swains Island
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An amazing reef scene with a galaxy of reef fish above
American Samoa, Swains Island
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An orange fin anemonefish (Amphiprion chrysopterus)
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Spotted boxfish (Ostacion meleagris)
American Samoa, Swains Island
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Waves breaking on the reef above give the illusion of clouds in the distance.
American Samoa, Rose Atoll
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A pelagic jellyfish seen on one of the many decompression stops made by the deep divers.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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Technical divers exploring the deep wall community.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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Our videographer in action, catching the rebreather divers going through safety drills.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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Dropping into the Twilight Zone, the community structure changes noticeably and many sponges increase dramatically in size.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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Large barrel sponges and soft corals
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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A view of the amazingly colorful sponge diversity on the wall.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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Biodiversity of colorful sponges on the shallow reefs on Little Cayman Island is among the highest in the Caribbean.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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This bizarre sponge was a surprising find on the shallow reefs of Little Cayman Island.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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This strange liver sponge appears to be dripping into the depths.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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The shallow reef is dominated by soft and hard corals whereas sponges dominate the deep reef community.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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Hawksbill turtles were very interested in what divers were doing in their domain .
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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This banded butterflyfish is one of the more important predators on shallow coral reefs.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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This Nassau grouper, nicknamed Jerry, came to visit on many of our dives.
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2007 June
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Hawksbill turtle
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Hawksbill turtle
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Hawksbill turtle
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Spiny lobster
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Spiny lobster
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Spiny lobster
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Spotted eagle ray
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Spotted eagle ray
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Spotted eagle ray
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Southern stingray
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003
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Southern stingray. Note the barb visible on the tail
Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands 2003

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