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17th September 2014

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watching for the right wave

watching for the right wave

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15th September 2014

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The third view of this very cute baby sea lion in the sand dunes of Enderby Island, left there by its mum for safety as the BIG sea lion males roll on the babies…

The third view of this very cute baby sea lion in the sand dunes of Enderby Island, left there by its mum for safety as the BIG sea lion males roll on the babies…

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28th August 2014

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24th August 2014

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23rd August 2014

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21st August 2014

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14th August 2014

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11th August 2014

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Like green flowers, Plantago triantha forms a thick ground covering on Enderby island, along with liverwort and a short leafed rumex. A place to go barefooted.

Like green flowers, Plantago triantha forms a thick ground covering on Enderby island, along with liverwort and a short leafed rumex. A place to go barefooted.

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29th July 2014

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27th July 2014

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Comb jellies: Beroe forskalii. These comb jellies are native to the Pacific Ocean, They are bioluminescent, and feed on fish eggs. These were near the Snares Island and I took their photo at sea from the zodiac.

Comb jellies: Beroe forskalii. These comb jellies are native to the Pacific Ocean, They are bioluminescent, and feed on fish eggs. These were near the Snares Island and I took their photo at sea from the zodiac.

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