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Fishing net on reef photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M2110-01
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Reef Destruction. A Fishing Net, also known as Ghost Net, caught up on a tropical coral reef. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Anchor damage on reef photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M2110-02
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Reef Destruction. A boats anchor caught up on a tropical coral reef. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Chain damage on Christmas Island reef photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M2110-03D
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Underwater tropical seascape showing a large mooring chain that has carved a trench into a coral reef at Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, Australia.
Mooring chain Christmas Island photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M2110-04D
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Close detail of an underwater mooring chain used at Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, Australia.
Reef destruction Philippines photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M2110-05D
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Reef Destruction. A Fishing Net caught up on a tropical coral reef, situated off Anilao, Philippines.
Diseased Coral photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M0211-03
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Scuba Diver viewing endangered and diseased Staghorn Coral (Acropora cervicornis) photographed offshore Palm Beach, Florida, USA. This is the northernmost colony of this species found to date in the east coast of the U.S. Protected species.
Brain coral with white plague photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M0211-04
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Brain Coral (Diploria strigosa) suffering from White Plague, a disease that has ravaged coral reefs in the Western Atlantic. Photo taken in Juno Beach, Florida, USA
Garbage on Coral Reef photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M2111-01
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Corals and other marine life slowly recycle and transform man-made garbage and debris into small artificial reefs on the sandy underwater slopes of Lembeh Strait, Indonesia.
Garbage on Coral Reef photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M2111-02
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Corals and other marine life slowly recycle and transform man-made garbage and debris into small artificial reefs on the sandy underwater slopes of Lembeh Strait, Indonesia.
Bleach used to force lobsters out of holes photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M2111-03
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A bottle of bleach used by unscrupulous lobster fishermen to force lobsters out of their holes for capture. The bleach contaminates the crustaceans and underwater environment.
Garbage on Coral Reef photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M2111-04
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Corals and other marine life slowly recycle and transform man-made garbage and debris into small artificial reefs on the sandy underwater slopes of Lembeh Strait, Indonesia.
Reef destruction after Dynamite fishing photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M2111-05
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Coral reef in Komodo National Park destroyed by blast or dynamite fishing, a destructive and unsustainable method of fishing prevalent in select areas of the South Pacific.
Anchor Damage of Corals photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M2111-06
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Discarded anchor line damaging delicate sponges and corals on the Breakers Reef in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States.
Fishing net on reef photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1911-01
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Reef destruction. A Fishing net, also known as ghost net, caught up on a tropical coral reef. Photo taken in the Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Manta Ray Fiji photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M2711-40
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Reef Manta Ray (Manta alfredi), hovering over a man-made reef of car tires . Also known as Devilfish and Devilray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific in tropical and subtropical waters, but also recorded in the tropical east Atlantic. Photo Maui, Hawaii
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