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FIU Aquarius Reef Base photographed using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesFIU Aquarius Reef Base photographed using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesFIU Aquarius Reef Base photographed using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesCoral Restoration Foundation nursery - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesMarine protected reefs in Florida Keys - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesMarine protected reefs in Florida Keys - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesMarine protected reefs in Florida Keys - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesMarine protected reefs in Florida Keys - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesCarysfort Reef in 2014 - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA's Office of National Marine SanctuariesThe SVII camera at the start of a survey - Catlin Seaview SurveyEndangered Staghorn Coral in Florida Keys - Catlin Seaview Survey / NOAA Office of National Marine SanctuariesSurveying the reefs of Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview SurveyThe "Christ of the Abyss" statue at Key Largo using the SVII camera (c) NOAA / ONMS / E.HickersonThe "Christ of the Abyss" statue at Key Largo - Catlin Seaview SurveySurveying around the FIU Aquarius Reef Base using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview SurveySurveying around the FIU Aquarius Reef Base using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview SurveySurveying around the FIU Aquarius Reef Base using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview SurveySurveying the Coral Restoration Foundation nursery near Key Largo using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview SurveySurveying the Coral Restoration Foundation nursery near Key Largo using the SVII camera - Catlin Seaview SurveyA common sight in Florida Keys - hard coral that have been degraded and been replaced by soft corals - Catlin Seaview Survey

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