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    Climate Change and Ocean Acidification are two massive challenges to the health of our seas and, as an individual, changing the direction of these can feel a little overwhelming. I take heart in the rapid and positive change which can be seen at a local level when fishing bans/limitations are put in place and tightly regulated. Reefs and fish populations in these situations have been shown to recover quickly in places such as Cabo San Lucas and Tubbataha.
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    The perfect documentation of this reef. Three fish swimming above really add a nice background detail to this photo and I love the placement of the sea turtle in the foreground. Excellent work.

    Matt Adams
    Senior Producer, Nat Geo Your Shot
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    Date Taken: Jun 9, 2016
    Date Uploaded: Jun 8, 2017
    Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7200
    Focal Length: 10 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
    Aperture: f/22
    ISO: 320
    Copyright: © Henley Spiers
    Categories: Underwater, Animals, Nature