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Marine Photo Gallery

photo: Kaua`i Monk Seal Watch Program
photo: Kaua`i Monk Seal Watch Program

If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then the Marine Conservation Biology Institute is using many thousands of words to tell about the important life that is in our oceans. They have a photo gallery on their website that is filled with 25 downloadable jpeg photographs.

The photos include some of the endangered Hawaiian monk seal, as well as a photo of one of their prime pupping sites. Then there are several underwater photos that make you feel you might be viewing the sealife from a glass bottomed boat. They also have a grey reef shark and a manta ray. Rounding out the collection are a few photos of seabirds, although at time of writing one of them opens to the shark photo.


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