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Pleneau Bay Glacier, Antarctica Light playing off a glacier creates otherworldly hues in Pleneau Bay in Antarctica's Lemaire Channel. Photographer Eric Meola got this shot as he was in a Zodiac off the cruise ship Ocean Nova in December 2011. "As we floated up to an enormous iceberg, we went a bit too close and made gentle contact," he says, "just long enough for me to peer at the underside, which was being carved out and sculpted by the sea and waves." Travel 365 -- Most Popular Photos of…

Pleneau Bay Glacier, Antarctica Light playing off a glacier creates otherworldly hues in Pleneau Bay in Antarctica's Lemaire Channel. Photographer Eric Meola got this shot as he was in a Zodiac off the cruise ship Ocean Nova in December 2011. "As we floated up to an enormous iceberg, we went a bit too close and made gentle contact," he says, "just long enough for me to peer at the underside, which was being carved out and sculpted by the sea and waves." Travel 365 -- Most Popular Photos of…

Wolffish Den  Foto de David Doubilet e Jennifer Hayes, National Geographic   Nesta foto originalmente publicada em Maio de 2014 da revista National Geographic, um par de Wolffish Atlanticos, assim chamado pelas suas presas num recanto acolhedor em Bonne Bay, na costa oeste de Terra Nova. A fêmea parte após a postura dos ovos, deixando seu cuidado com o macho.

Wolffish Den Foto de David Doubilet e Jennifer Hayes, National Geographic Nesta foto originalmente publicada em Maio de 2014 da revista National Geographic, um par de Wolffish Atlanticos, assim chamado pelas suas presas num recanto acolhedor em Bonne Bay, na costa oeste de Terra Nova. A fêmea parte após a postura dos ovos, deixando seu cuidado com o macho.

Menção Honrosa: Tartarugas-verdes devorando uma água-viva em Byron Bay, no estado de Nova Gales do Sul, Austrália

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Menção Honrosa: Tartarugas-verdes devorando uma água-viva em Byron Bay, no estado de Nova Gales do Sul, Austrália

Photo by @daviddoubilet A lions mane jellyfish patrols the cold shallows of Bonne Bay Fjord, Newfoundland. Bonne Bay is located within Gros Morne National Park, A World Heritage Site. The lions mane  jellyfish are the largest species of jellyfish.  The largest on record was 7 feet wide trailing 120 feet of tentacles. These giants prefer cold arctic and boreal waters and use stinging tentacles to capture prey. I love exploring Canada's Gulf of St Lawrence. Every dive reveals beauty  and…

Photo by @daviddoubilet A lions mane jellyfish patrols the cold shallows of Bonne Bay Fjord, Newfoundland. Bonne Bay is located within Gros Morne National Park, A World Heritage Site. The lions mane jellyfish are the largest species of jellyfish. The largest on record was 7 feet wide trailing 120 feet of tentacles. These giants prefer cold arctic and boreal waters and use stinging tentacles to capture prey. I love exploring Canada's Gulf of St Lawrence. Every dive reveals beauty and…

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