Weedy Seadragon

Weedy Seadragon

Weedy Seadragon

Diving around Inscription Point you are almost guaranteed all year to encounter these magnificent creatures. Recent research projects hopefully will give us a better understanding about their biology. Taken at Kurnell, Sydney - Canon IXUS - WINNER best photo August 2003.

2003-07-30

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