Nudibranch crawling along the ocean floor

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Phyllidia Ocellata Cuvier captured in Fiji with Panasonic GH5, 14-42 lens, CMC-1 wet lens
 

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Phyllidia Ocellata Cuvier captured in Fiji with Panasonic GH5, 14-42 lens, CMC-1 wet lens
Beautiful video. Thanks for posting!
 

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An excellent example of someone who’s done their Peak Performance Buoyancy, maybe even Fundies.

Never seen a nudibranch moving before.
 
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An excellent example of someone who’s done their Peak Performance Buoyancy, maybe even Fundies.

Never seen a nudibranch moving before.
Haha! I did take PPB course but never thought this is how I would be applying the skill.
 
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