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The Blue mao mao, Scorpis violacea, is a species of sea chub native to the southwestern Pacific Ocean. On a recent dive the team encountered a large school and decided to hang out for the dive.
Shot on the the Boxfish 360 underwater spherical camera. Rendered with Mistika VR using the Boxfish stitching template.
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Dyllon Pimentel9 mons ago
@Minimundos o jogo que é sua cara Maybe these fish see us as human beings. Why do they look the same?
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I was suddenly curious about the difference between the beauty and the ugliness of the fish, I mean they all looked the same.
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Paige Vampire9 mons ago
There are so many fish here, and the fish are all the same.
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