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Stingrays Migrating In Baja, Mexico

School of mobula rays in Baja, Mexico (photo by Eduardo Lopez Negrete for National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)

I'd be afraid to get lost in all those feesh!

Photographer and marine biologist Octavio Aburto snapped the images of the "fish tornado". Images of an underwater fish "tornado" were captured at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico.

lilies as seen from below the surface.

Lilly pads float peacefully atop a pond. Twist- frogs hang out on Lilly pads

Anuar Patjane Photography

Alice Photo by Anuar Patjane — National Geographic Your Shot - Surrounded by a swarm of jack fish in Cabo Pulmo National Park, Mexico. Cabo Pulmo is the best example of a recovered reef in Mexican seas.

I know this is scary, but  its kinda cool too

megalodon was a prehistoric shark that conservative estimates place at around 16 metres ft) long. For scale, the biggest example of the largest living fish species today -- the whale shark -- was metres ft).

Stunning underwater photos revealed as 'Our World' contest winners

The weekend in pictures

"Make Room for Me!" Eden Rock, Grand Cayman Photo by Amanda Nicholls Amazing Underwater Photography

Lovely.

What other things can we find when we blow bubbles under the water? Sunsational Swim School - Stingray and shark

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