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Aquascapes

 

Marinescapes shot off shore between Pistis bay and Porto Conte, Sardegna, Italy.

Pictures shot with Olympus TG-1. Click to zoom in and appreciate every scale and tentacle.

Union is strength

Schools of fish shot off shore between Pistis and Porto Conte, Sardegna, Italy.

Pictures shot with Olympus TG-1. Click to zoom in and appreciate every scale and tentacle.

At the surface

Pictures from the West Coast of Sardegna (Italy) shot with Olympus TG-1. Click to zoom in.

Ode al mare

Rhizostoma pulmo: the largest Mediterranean jellyfish (up to 10 Kg)

A baby Pinna nobilis. This marine bivalve mollusc can grow up to 1.2 m long

Echinaster sepositus: the arms of this Mediterranean sea star fish are up to 20 cm

Actinia viridis: a snake-locks anemone with 8 cm long tentacles

Octopus vulgaris: hidden in its lair, the piovra can be up to 1 m long.

“Ode to the Sea” shot off shore between Pistis and Porto Conte, Sardegna, Italy with Olympus TG-1. Click to zoom in and appreciate every scale and tentacle.

Indigenous

Indigenous species at Zürich Zoo (Switzerland). Pictures shot with Nikon 70-200 VRII + Nikon D800. Click to enlarge

Wireless

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Aqua Lusitana

The Oceanarium of Lisbon, with its 5,000,000 liter tank, is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe. Yes, even (!) bigger than Genoa aquarium. It reaches 7 meter deep, so that you can admire both pelagic and benthic species at the same time.

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Here in the pictures a few of its 16,000 individuals. Can you spy the sunfish?

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