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a selection of photographs from david hall’s beneath cold seas, taken in the waters off british columbia. through state of the art photographic equipment and innovative techniques, david seeks to...

The water is full of Cauliflour Jellyfish, Cephea cephea at Marsa Shouna, Red Sea, Egypt #SCUBA | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The water is full of Cauliflour Jellyfish, Cephea cephea at Marsa Shouna, Red Sea, Egypt #SCUBA | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

We are diving off the coast of Gabon, under eerie oil platforms. Here there is amazing marine life, like the jellyfish in the photo, with dozens of silver littl

We are diving off the coast of Gabon, under eerie oil platforms. Here there is amazing marine life, like the jellyfish in the photo, with dozens of silver littl

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A bloodybelly comb jelly, the ctenophore, Lampocteis. MBARI scientist George Matsumoto described this animal for the first time in the zoological literature. Because animals that are red appear black underwater, scientists believe the bloodybellys red belly helps mask bioluminescent light from the prey it has swallowed.

A bloodybelly comb jelly, the ctenophore, Lampocteis. MBARI scientist George Matsumoto described this animal for the first time in the zoological literature. Because animals that are red appear black underwater, scientists believe the bloodybellys red belly helps mask bioluminescent light from the prey it has swallowed.

Alexander Semenov is at it again with his fascinating study of underwater sea life through the photographic lens. Previously, we saw some of his colorful and vibrant jellyfish images in the series here. This time we take a look at his images from the Red Sea, a collection of photographs captured over the course of ten days of diving in the warm blue water.

Alexander Semenov is at it again with his fascinating study of underwater sea life through the photographic lens. Previously, we saw some of his colorful and vibrant jellyfish images in the series here. This time we take a look at his images from the Red Sea, a collection of photographs captured over the course of ten days of diving in the warm blue water.

Japanese Sea Nettles, the first jellies to greet visitors at "The Jellies Experience." Richard Green / Reuters

Japanese Sea Nettles, the first jellies to greet visitors at "The Jellies Experience." Richard Green / Reuters

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