Gorgonians in Curacao

by | Jan 6, 2016 | Corals, Fish, Reef, Science | 0 comments

Happy New Year one and all!!!!
Aimee and I are both being flown to Washington to the Smithsonian Institution february 8th through the 13th to do talks about what we do not only at the museum but at local high schools as well; I will get you those dates when I have them.
I have a little coral reef scene for you all today that I shot just a short distance away from our Substation house reef with Karen and Alan. What you’re looking at is a beautiful little gorgonian surrounded by some beautiful pencil corals, which are some of the most delicate and fragile corals we have on the reef! These are the corals that are currently under attack by damselfish and fisherman using anchors, it’s quite a mess underwater!! MORE


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