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px0860-D. scuba diver (model released) explores soft coral covered remains of the Liberty shipwreck, Tulamben, Bali. Indonesia, tropical Pacific Ocean.
digital photo of scuba diver (released) and soft corals on shipwreck
lm6120. HMCS Saskatchewan sinking. Intentionally scuttled to create an artificial reef for scuba divers. Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.
hires picture of HMCS Saskatchewan sinking, to become an artificial reef
pm0126-D. "Lonestar" shipwreck. Kiribati (Christmas Island), Pacific Ocean. Black and white
stock underwater black and white photographs of sunken ships worldwide

Japanese fighter plane in hold of Fujikawa Maru WWII wreck

na842. grunts under shipwreck (Haemulon spp.). Many grunt species schooling together.
grunts under shipwreck (Haemulon spp.), Atlantic Ocean, horizontal image

RJ41952. Brandon Cole underwater photo of R2D2 machinery in famous shipwreck, stock picture available for licensing
 vertical image of artifact in famous World War II shipwreck in Micronesia

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