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Dragonet 'discovery' proves ocean's teeming surprises

By Susan Scott

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 05, 2013

~~<p>I had a grand moment recently when I discovered a new fish. Well, not discovered discovered. Other fish enthusiasts know this species, but it was new to me and that made my day.</p>
<p>I prefer to snorkel in water 2 to 4 feet deep because the light is good and it's easy to brace myself to shoot pictures. Shallow water is where I've had countless memorable moments. As long as they're under it, many fish and invertebrates don't seem to care whether the water is 3 feet deep or 30.</p>
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I had a grand moment recently when I discovered a new fish. Well, not discovered discovered. Other fish enthusiasts know this species, but it was new to me and that made my day.

I prefer to snorkel in water 2 to 4 feet deep because the light is good and it's easy to brace myself to shoot pictures. Shallow water is where I've had countless memorable moments. As long as they're under it, many fish and invertebrates don't seem to care whether the water is 3 feet deep or 30. Login for more...



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