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Taken during a scuba dive in Secret Bay, Indonesia by Jamie Lee Thorpe

Taken during a scuba dive in Secret Bay, Indonesia by Jamie Lee Thorpe

These stunning colourful creatures might look like they're from another    world but they are in fact rarely seen marine life. Underwater photographer,    Colin Marshall, has dedicated more than 15 years to photographing the little    known species on camera and credits his favourite diving spot, Lembeh in    Indonesia, where he has completed more than 500 dives, for some of his best    shots.   Above: A piar of Harlequin shrimp

Monsters of the Deep: Extraordinary marine life, in pictures

These stunning colourful creatures might look like they're from another world but they are in fact rarely seen marine life. Underwater photographer, Colin Marshall, has dedicated more than 15 years to photographing the little known species on camera and credits his favourite diving spot, Lembeh in Indonesia, where he has completed more than 500 dives, for some of his best shots. Above: A piar of Harlequin shrimp

Raja Ampat (province d'Irian Jaya en Indonésie), sur l'île de Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée.   “Raja Ampat Underwater” - Papua - Indonesia -

Raja Ampat (province d'Irian Jaya en Indonésie), sur l'île de Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée. “Raja Ampat Underwater” - Papua - Indonesia -

Clown Trigger Fish // Spotted in: Vietnam & Indonesia

Clown Trigger Fish // Spotted in: Vietnam & Indonesia

Taken during a scuba dive in Uss Liberty Wreck, Indonesia by Nicolas

Taken during a scuba dive in Uss Liberty Wreck, Indonesia by Nicolas

Fire Urchin - Indonesia <3

Fire Urchin - Indonesia <3

Nudibranch // These guys are tiny - usually smaller than the size of your pinky finger - and live on coral. They're generally brightly colored and easy to spot! // Hand signal: finger quotes with one hand // Spotted in: Cambodia (Koh Rong San Leom), Vietnam (Nha Trang), Indonesia (Gili T, Gili Air), Malaysia (Perhentian Islands), Thailand (Koh Lipe)

Nudibranch // These guys are tiny - usually smaller than the size of your pinky finger - and live on coral. They're generally brightly colored and easy to spot! // Hand signal: finger quotes with one hand // Spotted in: Cambodia (Koh Rong San Leom), Vietnam (Nha Trang), Indonesia (Gili T, Gili Air), Malaysia (Perhentian Islands), Thailand (Koh Lipe)

Taken during a scuba dive in Nudi Falls, Indonesia by 遲來的青鳥

Taken during a scuba dive in Nudi Falls, Indonesia by 遲來的青鳥

On the island of Sulawesi, in Indonesia, newborn infants who die are buried in the trunks of giant trees. The people there believe that the child’s soul will rise up into the heavens through the tree

On the island of Sulawesi, in Indonesia, newborn infants who die are buried in the trunks of giant trees. The people there believe that the child’s soul will rise up into the heavens through the tree

Taken during a scuba dive in Lekuan 2, Indonesia by Imansoe

Taken during a scuba dive in Lekuan 2, Indonesia by Imansoe

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