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The gap between Europe and the United States is getting bigger by one inch annually. The gap can clearly be seen in this photo of Alex Mustard, a British scuba diver who is swimming through Silfra canyon. The canyon is a deep fault, filled with fresh water in the rift valley between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates, at Thingvellir National Park, Iceland.  The North American plate is on the left and the Eurasian plate on the right.

Drifting apart: Amazing underwater photos that show the growing gap between two tectonic plates

The gap between Europe and the United States is getting bigger by one inch annually. The gap can clearly be seen in this photo of Alex Mustard, a British scuba diver who is swimming through Silfra canyon. The canyon is a deep fault, filled with fresh water in the rift valley between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates, at Thingvellir National Park, Iceland. The North American plate is on the left and the Eurasian plate on the right.

A nudibranch (Flabellina nobilis: Coryphella nobilis) feeding on a hydroid (Tubularia indivisa) in the chilly waters off Norway in spring.  The nudibranchs climb up these hydroids and chow down!

A nudibranch (Flabellina nobilis: Coryphella nobilis) feeding on a hydroid (Tubularia indivisa) in the chilly waters off Norway in spring. The nudibranchs climb up these hydroids and chow down!

Underwater Photographer Selmeczi Daniel's Gallery: Featured Gallery: Bite - DivePhotoGuide.com

Underwater Photographer Selmeczi Daniel's Gallery: Featured Gallery: Bite - DivePhotoGuide.com

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Grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) surfacing beneath cliffs, Lundy Island, Devon. Picture: Alex / Rex Features

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