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Pink salmon migrate upstream toward a spawning ground on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Pink salmon migrate upstream toward a spawning ground on Adak Island, Alaska.

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An underwater view of the marsh near Mahogany Hammock on the east side of the Everglades. Located in the Shark River Slough, this very wet portion of the Everglades contains grasses that are heavily laden with paraphyton, a type of algae. The algae plays a critical role as a base of the food chain, but also provides cover for fish eggs and invertebrates.

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An underwater view of the marsh near Mahogany Hammock on the east side of the Everglades. Located in the Shark River Slough, this very wet portion of the Everglades contains grasses that are heavily laden with paraphyton, a type of algae. The algae plays a critical role as a base of the food chain, but also provides cover for fish eggs and invertebrates.

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An underwater view of the marsh near Mahogany Hammock on the east side of the Everglades. Located in the Shark River Slough, this very wet portion of the Everglades contains grasses that are heavily laden with paraphyton, a type of algae. The algae plays a critical role as a base of the food chain, but also provides cover for fish eggs and invertebrates.

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An underwater view of the marsh near Mahogany Hammock on the east side of the Everglades. Located in the Shark River Slough, this very wet portion of the Everglades contains grasses that are heavily laden with paraphyton, a type of algae. The algae plays a critical role as a base of the food chain, but also provides cover for fish eggs and invertebrates.

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An underwater view of the marsh near Mahogany Hammock on the east side of the Everglades. Located in the Shark River Slough, this very wet portion of the Everglades contains grasses that are heavily laden with paraphyton, a type of algae. The algae plays a critical role as a base of the food chain, but also provides cover for fish eggs and invertebrates.

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An underwater view of the marsh near Mahogany Hammock on the east side of the Everglades. Located in the Shark River Slough, this very wet portion of the Everglades contains grasses that are heavily laden with paraphyton, a type of algae. The algae plays a critical role as a base of the food chain, but also provides cover for fish eggs and invertebrates.

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Marsh near Mahogany Hammock on the east side of the Everglades. Located in the Shark River Slough, this very wet portion of the Everglades contains grasses that are heavily ladenwith periphyton, a type of algae. The algae plays a critical role as a base of the food chain, but also provides coverfor fish eggs.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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Mermaid training at Weeki Wachee Springs — the girls are learning to breathe through hoses 30 feet under water and practice graceful movement at the same time. It takes 12-18 months to become a full-fledged Mermaid. After pass through the “guppy” training stage, they’ll participate in the daily show in a spring-fed underwater ampitheater.

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A shark swims at the aquarium at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, NE. Note: This original is sharp and good, high-resolution scans are available.

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A shark swims at the aquarium at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, NE.

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Steelhead trout smolt in a high stream along the Salmon River Mountains of Idaho.

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Pink salmon migrate upstream toward a spawning ground on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Salmon guarding a nest in the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, BC.

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Salmon guarding a nest in the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, BC.

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Salmon smolts are piped from the hatchery, barged past damsand released at the sea.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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