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Photo: Jill Heinerth
Photo: Courtesy from Petit St Vincent
Spencer Slate watches a boulder coral release gametes early Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011, off Key Largo, Fla., in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. The coral was one of many off the Keys that reproduced during the once-a-year mass-spawning ritual that many divers describe as an upside-down snowfall. The reproduction ritual normally occurs several days after the full moon in either August or September. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Frazier Nivens/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
Photo: © Andy Much
Photo sequence top: Neil van Niekerk
Photo: Andy Murch
Photo courtesy: Dr. Culum Brown / Macquarie University
Photograph by David Fleetham
Satellite tag is attached to the dorsal fin of an adult male Cuvier’s beaked whale. The tagging arrow is shown detaching from the tag

Photo: Erin A. Falcone/Cascadia Research /Collected under NOAA permit 16111
Photo: Michael AW
Secret Ocean movie
Photo by David Hall
Photo: Nancy Marr, Ocean Futures Society/KQED
Photo: Dr. Richard Murphy – Ocean Futures Society
Sechelt Rapids
Sockeye Salmon swim up the Adams River in British Columbia, Canada to spawn.
White sided dolphin
Photo: Carrie Vonderhaar – Ocean Futures Society
UUWO Grey inverted
Happy divers, Heleen and Laura. Photo: Courtesy She-P
Dolphin therapy played a central role in the rehabilitation of Morad, a young man severely traumatized by a brutal beating. His recovery is the subject of a new Israeli film entitled Dolpin Boy. Photo: Copyright Amos Nachoum – Courtesy First Hand Films
Countless sharks and other predators big and small feed on the sardine shoals as they move north along the east coast of South Africa.