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french grunts sheltering at thunderdome, by  serenityphotography
Tags: French Grunts, sheltering, sheltering French Grunts, Haemulon flavolineatum, Thunderdome, underwater, diving, turks caicos
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french grunts sheltering at thunderdome

by serenityphotography
Artist Notes
This picture shows a school of French Grunts sheltering at a popular dive site called Thunderdome off the Bahaman islands of Turks and Caicos. French Grunts (Haemulon flavolineatum) are yellow with horizontal silver stripes running the length of the body and diagonally-oriented stripes below the lateral line of the body. They are found in the Caribbean Ocean and like to travels in schools. The average size of an adult specimen is 6 to 10 inches. See more at
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kent, england
Artist Biography
Born in Dover, England, I became disillusioned with the rat race and began travelling in 1997. On my first round the world trip I discovered a passion for travel, photography and scuba diving. Since then I have spent a total of five years on the road, become a diving instructor and semi-prof ...
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