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Trunks stranded at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaTrunks stranded at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaTrunks stranded at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Trunks stranded at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Botanical Beach

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Studded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaStudded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaStudded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Studded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach

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Studded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaStudded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaStudded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Studded Sea Balloon (Soranthera ulvoidea), Botanical Beach

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Thallus of Laminaria on a Pacific beach.. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaThallus of Laminaria on a Pacific beach.. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaThallus of Laminaria on a Pacific beach.. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thallus of Laminaria on a Pacific beach.. Botanical Beach

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Northern Rockweed (Fucus distichus) at low tide, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaNorthern Rockweed (Fucus distichus) at low tide, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaNorthern Rockweed (Fucus distichus) at low tide, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Northern Rockweed (Fucus distichus) at low tide, Botanical Beach

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Northern Rockweed (Fucus distichus) and Ulvakes at low tide, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaNorthern Rockweed (Fucus distichus) and Ulvakes at low tide, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaNorthern Rockweed (Fucus distichus) and Ulvakes at low tide, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSandstone carved by marine erosion of the Pacific Ocean, Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sea palm (Postelsia palmaeformis), mussels and anatifes at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSea palm (Postelsia palmaeformis), mussels and anatifes at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaSea palm (Postelsia palmaeformis), mussels and anatifes at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Botanical Beach Provincial Park, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pacific electric ray, Tetronarce californica, swimming. The Pacific electric ray produces powerful electric shocks for attack and defense. The shock can be enough to knock down an adult human. It's a night ambush predator that envelops the prey within its disc while delivering shocks. Most prey captures occur in darkness or turbid conditions, when its eyes are largely useless. Instead, it relies on electroreception via its ampullae of Lorenzini to locate food. British Columbia.Pacific electric ray, Tetronarce californica, swimming. The Pacific electric ray produces powerful electric shocks for attack and defense. The shock can be enough to knock down an adult human. It's a night ambush predator that envelops the prey within its disc while delivering shocks. Most prey captures occur in darkness or turbid conditions, when its eyes are largely useless. Instead, it relies on electroreception via its ampullae of Lorenzini to locate food. British Columbia.Pacific electric ray, Tetronarce californica, swimming. The Pacific electric ray produces powerful electric shocks for attack and defense. The shock can be enough to knock down an adult human. It's a night ambush predator that envelops the prey within its disc while delivering shocks. Most prey captures occur in darkness or turbid conditions, when its eyes are largely useless. Instead, it relies on electroreception via its ampullae of Lorenzini to locate food. British Columbia.© Paulo de Oliveira / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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