September 3, 2014

September 3, 2014

Pooled Together

Photograph by Brian Skerry, National Geographic

Blacktip sharks, bluefin trevallies, and twinspot snappers (foreground)—ever watchful for a potential meal—throng a shallow passage into the lagoon of Millennium Island in the southern Line Islands, a pristine Pacific archipelago. Top predators like these are a defining feature of the world’s healthiest coral reefs.

See more pictures from the September 2014 feature story “A World Apart: The Southern Line Islands.”

Learn more about the Pristine Seas initiative »

1 comments
Tom Clark
Tom Clark

Ohh my god..Amazing Photos..

I am big Aquatic lover - Blacktip sharks, bluefin trevallies, and twinspot snappers are so vibrant and mind blowing.

You can get a glance of these kind of marine fish in Pattaya coral islands i.e Koh Rin, I saw marine life includes turtles, a huge variety of fish including Angle Fish,  Damsel Fish and lots of hard and soft corals.

Read more Pattaya Marine Trip  -  http://www.triphobo.com/phatthaya-thailand


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