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My Juvenile hippo tang.

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And all angelfish lovers pls look at this video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A gorgeous full grown hybrid conspic x meredithi angelfish in the wild!

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This diver died last week

Unfortunate indeed, people always want rare deepwater fish but always comment the price is high. Who is willing to risk their lives to collect these fishes for the hobby? If they are captured using deepwater traps or devices it's possible for these fishes to be cheaper, but when people are risking their lives daily to collect these fish? Imagine how many unreported deaths occur in Indonesia alone.

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Always something more important than fish.

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From my understanding the girl's BC inflated from 68m and she went straight up He followed her with out doing deco stops and gave her CPR on the boat . Every one told him to stop and go do deco stops ...

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Unfortunate indeed, people always want rare deepwater fish but always comment the price is high. Who is willing to risk their lives to collect these fishes for the hobby? If they are captured using deepwater traps or devices it's possible for these fishes to be cheaper, but when people are risking their lives daily to collect these fish? Imagine how many unreported deaths occur in Indonesia alone.
He is not a collector
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He is not a collector

Yes he is not.

But Rob Lower who is an amazing fish collector also died of bends and seizures from his deep dive trying to catch personatus.

Collector or not, deep dives encompass lots of risks and dangers.

Lets give our salutes to those deep dive researchers and collectors for their hard work and contributions to our hobby.

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Peter Timm with a Coelacanth!

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Coelacanths are amazing creature. Hopefully one can be brought up alive for public display in the near future.

For now i can only settle for a coelacanth figurine.

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Peter Timm with a Coelacanth! attachicon.gifhttp://www.sgreefclub.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_rel_module=post&attach_id=214549'>ptimmcaelocanth.jpg Coelacanths are amazing creature. Hopefully one can be brought up alive for public display in the near future. For now i can only settle for a coelacanth figurine. attachicon.gifhttp://www.sgreefclub.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_rel_module=post&attach_id=214550'>coela.jpg
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