Pictured is a Spotted Anemone Shrimp on the tip of a tentacle of a Giant Caribbean Sea Anemone. Living in a commensalism symbiotic relationship, the anemone provides refuge and a home for the shrimp, while the shrimp defends as well as tends to the surrounding area of the anemone, eating parasites and the inherent slime that forms around the anemone. In the years following me finding this anemone, I would come back year after year to visit this same anemone and shrimp due to the anemone being on a stand-alone recognizable rock just off a shipwreck site in the Bahamas known as Laura Wreck.
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Spotted anemone shrimp on a Giant Caribbean Sea anemone.
Photographed in the Bahamas using a Nikon D7000 with a 60mm lens. ... See MoreSee Less
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Pelagic nudibranch in free fall
Photographed during a blackwater dive off the coast of West Palm Beach, FL ... See MoreSee Less
Lone Silky in the sun
Photographed off of Jupiter, Florida ... See MoreSee Less
Rarely seen Juvenile Long Arm Octopus photographed during a blackwater dive off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida in 600 ft of water at a depth of 70 ft with Pura Vida Divers
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