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NOAA's Sanctuaries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Shearwaters dining.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Shearwater dining on fish dinner.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Shearwater taking it easy.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Marine bird launching itself.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Breaching humpback about to land on its back and produce huge splash.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Humpback fins.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Humpback whales.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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humpback whale plowing through the water.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The biodiversity of Stellwagen Bank.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Cunner, also known as bergalls, are great fun for kids to catch, and can be found near most any kind of shallow structure.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A cusk eel
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Small shark known as a dogfish.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A flounder and Homo sapiens diver.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A well-camouflaged monkfish.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A monkfish.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A well-camouflaged to almost invisible monkfish.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Winter flounder.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A torpedo ray.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Four oceanpouts.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A sunfish - Mola mola.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The ugly visage of a wolf fish.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Cunner and two wolf fish.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The fearsome appearance of the wolf fish (Anarhichas lupus) belies the fact that it is usually found hiding between rocks , alone or in pairs. The fish uses a bony plate in its upper mouth to crush prey - crustaceans, shellfish and echinoderms.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A sculpin and a cunner.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Four sculpins on a sand bottom.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A group of sculpin.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Cod hiding in rocks for good reason - note the tail of the uppermost cod that appears to have been recently a tidbit for a voracious predator.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A searaven partially hiding on a rock outcrop.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A searaven on a rock outcrop.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Sponges, anemones, cunners, and other biota.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A large sunstar on glacial erratic boulder. A sculpin is skulking at the bottom of the boulder. A diver is seen in the distance.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Marine archaeology dive team after return to surface from the shipwreck of the NORTHERN LIGHT.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver with lights approaching the bow of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver over the bow of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver below stern and upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Debris from the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver over wreckage of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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A diver on the bow of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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A diver on the bow of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Divers on the shipwreck of the NORTHERN LIGHT at 190 feet.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS

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