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Te Paepae o Aotea, also known the Volkner Rocks are a stark and forbidding group of formations but Beneath the water they are colourful and prolific. The Boxfish team took advantage of the conditions and made the 50 KM journey from Whakatane to capture the abundant marine life of the reserve.
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This is the most amazing landscape I have ever seen, so many fish swim around me.
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fearlesS.8 mons ago
I was wondering if there would suddenly be a monster rushing out of the stone.
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Sean Conrade8 mons ago
This music makes the entire underwater world more mysterious, and suddenly I really want to learn diving.
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Mareli ML8 mons ago
My God, I've never seen so many fish in my life, it's so amazing.
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Dan King8 mons ago
All I can say is: WOW!
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M Majed Wisal8 mons ago
💗
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Tala Soliman8 mons ago
I love this underwater world.
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Tammy Hoover8 mons ago
I don't know why these fish looks so eatable and even... feel hungry
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Grace Zhang8 mons ago
The scene you took is really very beautiful.
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Emmaleigh Deal8 mons ago
The underwater world is very wonderful.
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