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image by David Doubilet (@daviddoubilet) with caption : "A brilliant red clownfish peers from its bright white anemone in Papua New Guinea. The anemone had lost its color due to" - 1700799856464775539
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A brilliant red clownfish peers from its bright white anemone in Papua New Guinea. The anemone had lost its color due to heat stress when surrounding water temperatures rose causing a coral bleaching event where several species of coral also lost their symbiotic algae and turned white. This event ended and the anemone regained its health and robust color, but repeated or prolonged heating could result in mass die off similar to the the high mortalities on the Great Barrier Reef. From @natgeo story Coral Eden, available through @natgeocreative // see @thephotosociety @the_explorers_club // for follow @daviddoubilet

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A dugong rolls to remove the remoras that cling to him as it feeds in a shallow bay in Busuanga Philippines. Dugongs, also called sea cows are large marine herbivores that rely on sea grass communities to survive. These gentle giant were hunted to near extinction and they have become a rare encounter in the sea. It was humbling to document the small but well protected population in Busuanga with the help of the Dugong Dive Center. Fun fact: dugongs are more closely related to elephants than to other marine mammals. // on assignment with @natgeo Philippines // for follow @daviddoubilet and @jenniferhayesig

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image by David Doubilet (@daviddoubilet) with caption : "Juvenile Galápagos sea lions search the sands for mysid shrimp to feed on near SouthPlaza Island in the Galápagos Island" - 1681196111338919398
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Juvenile Galápagos sea lions search the sands for mysid shrimp to feed on near SouthPlaza Island in the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. The waters had warmed during an El Niño event and fish, the sea lions prey of choice had been driven deep and out of reach. The sea lions desperate for food scavenged everything and anything, including small shrimps to survive. // with @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @the_explorers_club //

image by David Doubilet (@daviddoubilet) with caption : "A harp seal pup, called a white coat, waits on a small piece of sea ice in the Gulf of St Lawrence waiting patiently for" - 1650335648861496205
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A harp seal pup, called a white coat, waits on a small piece of sea ice in the Gulf of St Lawrence waiting patiently for its mother to return. Harp seals are born on the sea ice in late February and nursed for 12-15 days before the mothers abandons her pup to mate and migrate northward out of the Gulf. The pups rely on fat reserves as they wait for a mother that will not return. Hunger, storms or poor ice will force them into the sea to learn how to swim and how to feed. Natural mortality is high in these harsh conditions but has become extreme, approaching 90%+ in recent years of poor ice or literally no ice formation in the Gulf. In 2017 little ice formed in the Gulf forcing pregnant females to search and search in the open waters. Many held their young and swam out of the Gulf out to the Atlantic Front looking for ice. The population of Harp seals in the Gulf of St. Lawrence may disappear with vanishing ice. // From @natgeo Story: Generous Gulf with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety // // OR join us for the story of the harp seal in Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice with at National Geographic Live at the Portland'5 Newmark Theatre NOV 20 at 7:30 pm. // for follow @daviddoubilet

image by David Doubilet (@daviddoubilet) with caption : "Healthy corals compete for space and light providing habitat for abundant fish life  at Opal Reef on the Great Barrier R" - 1647859611095411256
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Healthy corals compete for space and light providing habitat for abundant fish life at Opal Reef on the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef, the largest and most iconic reef on our planet has since experienced back to back coral bleaching events caused by thermal stress. Repeated coral bleaching leads to lower recovery and high reef mortality. Marine scientists are working hard to identify and develop stress resistant corals called super corals that can survive in a fluctuating sea. // photographed for @natgeo story Great Barrier Reef, A fragile empire. // with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @the_explorers_club //

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Massive schools of Redtooth triggerfish surround the island of Run in the Banda Islands part of the Moluccas, Indonesia. Tiny Run island, rich in nutmeg was more valuable than Manhattan Island in its time. It was a surprise to roll off our boat into a rain of triggerfish. With @natgeotravel @thephotosociety @the_explorers_club // for follow @daviddoubilet