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Thanks for the great comment Cynthia! I'm glad it brought back the memory. Where were you diving with barracuda?
Awesome find of this juvenile. I wonder if it was hard to fine in the sand. I bet it must have blended right in!
Thanks Melody! This dive site is famous as a haven for many large schools of fish, including barracuda. I was overwhelmed by how many there were!
Thank you, and yes this one was wild. Apparently they are picky eaters and refuse man made food, so I could imagine how hard it must be to keep one in an aquarium.
Thank you all for the great comments!
Thanks Blogie! I just added it. There are so many great pictures of marine crustacea there that I assume you took!
The both look like Argiope bruennichi to me... in Japanese this spider is called Naga-kogane-gumo. Great spotting!
Love all the details and variety of shots with this amazing spotting!
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