These corals were something else. I didn’t know ecosystems existed this perfect still. This picture didn’t quite turn out at all what I wanted it to be like, I still have learning to do, and housings to buy. However to me its just a small representation of how much life there was in the Red Sea. For the first time I heard Parrot fish chomping SOOO loud on coral, and pooping out new sand. I saw wrasse cleaning larger fish who would swim by and settle on rocks and wait, clown fish in sea anemones, and a tiny lil pipefish hanging out on the very edge of a tiny little rock, just to name a few things. The best part is as you got closer and really payed attention to the details of the reef the life inside was endless. It was incredible. Im telling you these are things I never thought were capable with the pressure we are putting on our oceans. But they are! Working, thriving ecosystems are still out there, living life instinctually so that more life will flourish. Everything was working together and living in harmony to make ecosystems work. Now all they need is for us to join in. .
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