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TA0418-D. Pink Candelabra Gorgonians (Paragorgia arborea), spectacular deep-water octocoral seafans found below 125 feet in certain fiords and on select reefs from Alaska to British Columbia. Here an experienced scuba diver (model released) in the cold darkness at 175 feet below the surface admires the hot color of these rarely seen invertebrates while doing a deep dive in Agamemnon Channel. British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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female diver and gorgonian corals
TA0418-D. Pink Candelabra Gorgonians (Paragorgia arborea), spectacular deep-water octocoral seafans found below 125 feet in certain fiords and on select reefs from Alaska to British Columbia. Here an experienced scuba diver (model released) in the cold darkness at 175 feet below the surface admires the hot color of these rarely seen invertebrates while doing a deep dive in Agamemnon Channel. British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights...
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Date: 14 Feb 2015
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Credit: Brandon Cole
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