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A tiny Benthic Hydromedusa, with a bell size of less than one centimeter, (Ptychogastria polaris), swimming in front of an iceberg, Tasiilaq, East GreenlandA tiny Benthic Hydromedusa, with a bell size of less than one centimeter, (Ptychogastria polaris), swimming in front of an iceberg, Tasiilaq, East GreenlandA tiny Benthic Hydromedusa, with a bell size of less than one centimeter, (Ptychogastria polaris), swimming in front of an iceberg, Tasiilaq, East Greenland© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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A tiny Benthic Hydromedusa, with a bell size of less than one

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Only in springtime, when the hard winter slowly subsides, are the ice-cold waters suitable for divers who can dive around a iceberg that floats in crystal-clear water, Tasiilaq, East GreenlandOnly in springtime, when the hard winter slowly subsides, are the ice-cold waters suitable for divers who can dive around a iceberg that floats in crystal-clear water, Tasiilaq, East GreenlandOnly in springtime, when the hard winter slowly subsides, are the ice-cold waters suitable for divers who can dive around a iceberg that floats in crystal-clear water, Tasiilaq, East Greenland© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Diver into the light shining down through a cenote openingDiver into the light shining down through a cenote openingDiver into the light shining down through a cenote opening© Brandon Cole / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents
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Alone in the Dark. A view of the cave after a progression of about 60 meters from the entrance to a depth of about 65 meters. Underwater cave, MayotteAlone in the Dark. A view of the cave after a progression of about 60 meters from the entrance to a depth of about 65 meters. Underwater cave, MayotteAlone in the Dark. A view of the cave after a progression of about 60 meters from the entrance to a depth of about 65 meters. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Alone in the Dark. A view of the cave after a progression of

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The cave in panoramic view. A panorama made up of 12 photos to capture the grandeur and beauty of this underwater cave. Here we are about 90 metres from the entrance and 70 metres deep. We can see that the ground, covered with a thin layer of sediment, is strewn with fragments of stalactites. A place that has not changed since the cave was last immersed, some 12,000 years ago.Underwater cave, MayotteThe cave in panoramic view. A panorama made up of 12 photos to capture the grandeur and beauty of this underwater cave. Here we are about 90 metres from the entrance and 70 metres deep. We can see that the ground, covered with a thin layer of sediment, is strewn with fragments of stalactites. A place that has not changed since the cave was last immersed, some 12,000 years ago.Underwater cave, MayotteThe cave in panoramic view. A panorama made up of 12 photos to capture the grandeur and beauty of this underwater cave. Here we are about 90 metres from the entrance and 70 metres deep. We can see that the ground, covered with a thin layer of sediment, is strewn with fragments of stalactites. A place that has not changed since the cave was last immersed, some 12,000 years ago.Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The cave in panoramic view. A panorama made up of 12 photos to

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Underwater cave panoramic view. A 267 million pixel panoramic view to try to capture the atmosphere of this very special place. Underwater cave, MayotteUnderwater cave panoramic view. A 267 million pixel panoramic view to try to capture the atmosphere of this very special place. Underwater cave, MayotteUnderwater cave panoramic view. A 267 million pixel panoramic view to try to capture the atmosphere of this very special place. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Underwater cave panoramic view. A 267 million pixel panoramic

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The exit. Panorama of the exit of the cave. Photo taken at a depth of 55 metres. You can see the sand bank that has been accumulating for thousands of years at the entrance to the cave. Underwater cave, MayotteThe exit. Panorama of the exit of the cave. Photo taken at a depth of 55 metres. You can see the sand bank that has been accumulating for thousands of years at the entrance to the cave. Underwater cave, MayotteThe exit. Panorama of the exit of the cave. Photo taken at a depth of 55 metres. You can see the sand bank that has been accumulating for thousands of years at the entrance to the cave. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The exit. Panorama of the exit of the cave. Photo taken at a

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And in the middle, stalagmites. Panorama taken at a depth of 70 metres and 100 metres from the cave entrance. You can see the concretions in the foreground and some fragments of stalactites. Underwater cave, MayotteAnd in the middle, stalagmites. Panorama taken at a depth of 70 metres and 100 metres from the cave entrance. You can see the concretions in the foreground and some fragments of stalactites. Underwater cave, MayotteAnd in the middle, stalagmites. Panorama taken at a depth of 70 metres and 100 metres from the cave entrance. You can see the concretions in the foreground and some fragments of stalactites. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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And in the middle, stalagmites. Panorama taken at a depth of 70

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Panorama in an underwater cave. A 100 million pixel panorama to try and capture the scene as best as possible. We are 60 metres from the entrance. There is almost no light coming in at this point. But we can still see some concrete stalagmites. The next ones won't be. Underwater cave, MayottePanorama in an underwater cave. A 100 million pixel panorama to try and capture the scene as best as possible. We are 60 metres from the entrance. There is almost no light coming in at this point. But we can still see some concrete stalagmites. The next ones won't be. Underwater cave, MayottePanorama in an underwater cave. A 100 million pixel panorama to try and capture the scene as best as possible. We are 60 metres from the entrance. There is almost no light coming in at this point. But we can still see some concrete stalagmites. The next ones won't be. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Stalagmites. A panoramic view composed of 10 photos for more than 300 million pixels. At a depth of 70 metres, and 80 metres from the entrance, these stalagmites have stood in the dark for thousands of years. We are the first people to have discovered them. A strong and unique feeling in front of a testimony of the past of Mayotte. Underwater cave, MayotteStalagmites. A panoramic view composed of 10 photos for more than 300 million pixels. At a depth of 70 metres, and 80 metres from the entrance, these stalagmites have stood in the dark for thousands of years. We are the first people to have discovered them. A strong and unique feeling in front of a testimony of the past of Mayotte. Underwater cave, MayotteStalagmites. A panoramic view composed of 10 photos for more than 300 million pixels. At a depth of 70 metres, and 80 metres from the entrance, these stalagmites have stood in the dark for thousands of years. We are the first people to have discovered them. A strong and unique feeling in front of a testimony of the past of Mayotte. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Stalagmites. A panoramic view composed of 10 photos for more than

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The entrance to the underwater cave. A panorama taken at the entrance to the cave at a depth of just under 60 metres. Underwater cave, MayotteThe entrance to the underwater cave. A panorama taken at the entrance to the cave at a depth of just under 60 metres. Underwater cave, MayotteThe entrance to the underwater cave. A panorama taken at the entrance to the cave at a depth of just under 60 metres. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The entrance to the underwater cave. A panorama taken at the

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Light of dark. The light of my partner's lamp illuminating the first stalagmites of the cave. Depth: 65 m.Underwater cave, MayotteLight of dark. The light of my partner's lamp illuminating the first stalagmites of the cave. Depth: 65 m.Underwater cave, MayotteLight of dark. The light of my partner's lamp illuminating the first stalagmites of the cave. Depth: 65 m.Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Light of dark. The light of my partner's lamp illuminating the

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Cave shrimp (Parhippolyte sp) throwing up sediment with its legs. This shrimp was unknown in the Indian Ocean before we found it.Underwater cave, MayotteCave shrimp (Parhippolyte sp) throwing up sediment with its legs. This shrimp was unknown in the Indian Ocean before we found it.Underwater cave, MayotteCave shrimp (Parhippolyte sp) throwing up sediment with its legs. This shrimp was unknown in the Indian Ocean before we found it.Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Cave shrimp (Parhippolyte sp) throwing up sediment with its legs.

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Shrimp of Underwater cave. One of the many shrimp present at the bottom of the cave. Often they are in the middle of the water swimming in total darkness. Photo taken at 72 metres depth and about 100 metres from the cave entrance. Underwater cave, MayotteShrimp of Underwater cave. One of the many shrimp present at the bottom of the cave. Often they are in the middle of the water swimming in total darkness. Photo taken at 72 metres depth and about 100 metres from the cave entrance. Underwater cave, MayotteShrimp of Underwater cave. One of the many shrimp present at the bottom of the cave. Often they are in the middle of the water swimming in total darkness. Photo taken at 72 metres depth and about 100 metres from the cave entrance. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Shrimp of Underwater cave. One of the many shrimp present at the

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Crab guarding the cave. A close-up of this crab encountered in the depths of the cave. There is a strong chance that it is a species still unknown to science. Indeed, cave environments such as this cave are conducive to the creation of endemic species. Underwater cave, MayotteCrab guarding the cave. A close-up of this crab encountered in the depths of the cave. There is a strong chance that it is a species still unknown to science. Indeed, cave environments such as this cave are conducive to the creation of endemic species. Underwater cave, MayotteCrab guarding the cave. A close-up of this crab encountered in the depths of the cave. There is a strong chance that it is a species still unknown to science. Indeed, cave environments such as this cave are conducive to the creation of endemic species. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Crab guarding the cave. A close-up of this crab encountered in

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Face to face with a shrimp guarding the cave. Face to face with this shrimp that walks among the stalactites that fell a long time ago. We notice that this species is perfectly adapted to live in total darkness. Indeed, the fine hairs coming out of its thin legs help it to find its way and to feel the obstacles.Underwater cave, MayotteFace to face with a shrimp guarding the cave. Face to face with this shrimp that walks among the stalactites that fell a long time ago. We notice that this species is perfectly adapted to live in total darkness. Indeed, the fine hairs coming out of its thin legs help it to find its way and to feel the obstacles.Underwater cave, MayotteFace to face with a shrimp guarding the cave. Face to face with this shrimp that walks among the stalactites that fell a long time ago. We notice that this species is perfectly adapted to live in total darkness. Indeed, the fine hairs coming out of its thin legs help it to find its way and to feel the obstacles.Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Face to face with a shrimp guarding the cave. Face to face with

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The three stalagmites. Photo taken from a bird's eye view of the three stalagmites which are 70 metres deep and about 80 metres from the cave entrance. Underwater cave, MayotteThe three stalagmites. Photo taken from a bird's eye view of the three stalagmites which are 70 metres deep and about 80 metres from the cave entrance. Underwater cave, MayotteThe three stalagmites. Photo taken from a bird's eye view of the three stalagmites which are 70 metres deep and about 80 metres from the cave entrance. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The three stalagmites. Photo taken from a bird's eye view of the

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A collapse more than 12,000 years old. The floor of the last room is covered with rock fragments that fell from the ceiling. These fragments collapsed before the cave was last submerged by rising sea levels about 12,000 years ago. This can be confirmed because there are small stalagmites forming on different parts of the blocks. Underwater cave, MayotteA collapse more than 12,000 years old. The floor of the last room is covered with rock fragments that fell from the ceiling. These fragments collapsed before the cave was last submerged by rising sea levels about 12,000 years ago. This can be confirmed because there are small stalagmites forming on different parts of the blocks. Underwater cave, MayotteA collapse more than 12,000 years old. The floor of the last room is covered with rock fragments that fell from the ceiling. These fragments collapsed before the cave was last submerged by rising sea levels about 12,000 years ago. This can be confirmed because there are small stalagmites forming on different parts of the blocks. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A collapse more than 12,000 years old. The floor of the last room

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Stalagmites. In the foreground we can see some small stalagmites "sprinkled" with sediment. In the distance, you can see Olivier's lighthouse which lights up the 3 stalagmites that dominate this part of the cave. I am 73 metres deep and 100 metres from the entrance. Underwater cave, MayotteStalagmites. In the foreground we can see some small stalagmites "sprinkled" with sediment. In the distance, you can see Olivier's lighthouse which lights up the 3 stalagmites that dominate this part of the cave. I am 73 metres deep and 100 metres from the entrance. Underwater cave, MayotteStalagmites. In the foreground we can see some small stalagmites "sprinkled" with sediment. In the distance, you can see Olivier's lighthouse which lights up the 3 stalagmites that dominate this part of the cave. I am 73 metres deep and 100 metres from the entrance. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Stalagmites. In the foreground we can see some small stalagmites

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Go to the dark. My friend Olivier "leads the way" down to the deepest point of the cave. Underwater cave, MayotteGo to the dark. My friend Olivier "leads the way" down to the deepest point of the cave. Underwater cave, MayotteGo to the dark. My friend Olivier "leads the way" down to the deepest point of the cave. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Go to the dark. My friend Olivier "leads the way" down to the

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The stalagmite field. Another bird's eye view from a slightly different angle than the previous photo.Underwater cave, MayotteThe stalagmite field. Another bird's eye view from a slightly different angle than the previous photo.Underwater cave, MayotteThe stalagmite field. Another bird's eye view from a slightly different angle than the previous photo.Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The stalagmite field. Another bird's eye view from a slightly

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The stalagmite field. A bird's eye view of the stalagmite field that adorns the penultimate room. They are located at a depth of 70 metres. Underwater cave, MayotteThe stalagmite field. A bird's eye view of the stalagmite field that adorns the penultimate room. They are located at a depth of 70 metres. Underwater cave, MayotteThe stalagmite field. A bird's eye view of the stalagmite field that adorns the penultimate room. They are located at a depth of 70 metres. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The stalagmite field. A bird's eye view of the stalagmite field

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Underwater cave view panorama. A 180° panorama that weighs no less than 150 million pixels taken at the entrance of the cave at a depth of 60 m. The dark area on the right is too far away for my flashes to illuminate. The small point of light is the lamp of my friend Olivier. Underwater cave, MayotteUnderwater cave view panorama. A 180° panorama that weighs no less than 150 million pixels taken at the entrance of the cave at a depth of 60 m. The dark area on the right is too far away for my flashes to illuminate. The small point of light is the lamp of my friend Olivier. Underwater cave, MayotteUnderwater cave view panorama. A 180° panorama that weighs no less than 150 million pixels taken at the entrance of the cave at a depth of 60 m. The dark area on the right is too far away for my flashes to illuminate. The small point of light is the lamp of my friend Olivier. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Atlantic Nurse shark. A nurse shark swimming in the cave.Underwater cave, MayotteAtlantic Nurse shark. A nurse shark swimming in the cave.Underwater cave, MayotteAtlantic Nurse shark. A nurse shark swimming in the cave.Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Atlantic Nurse shark. A nurse shark swimming in the

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Nurse shark and stingrays. A sleeper shark and two stingrays rest in the shelter of the cave. Underwater cave, MayotteNurse shark and stingrays. A sleeper shark and two stingrays rest in the shelter of the cave. Underwater cave, MayotteNurse shark and stingrays. A sleeper shark and two stingrays rest in the shelter of the cave. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Nurse shark and stingrays. A sleeper shark and two stingrays rest

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The encounter. When a nurse shark meets a stingray in the cave, it's a mess!!!!Underwater cave, MayotteThe encounter. When a nurse shark meets a stingray in the cave, it's a mess!!!!Underwater cave, MayotteThe encounter. When a nurse shark meets a stingray in the cave, it's a mess!!!!Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The encounter. When a nurse shark meets a stingray in the cave,

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The shrimp of the cave. Against all odds, a shrimp in the middle of the water in one of the most remote places of the underwater cave. Where there is no light, in a supposedly mineral world... life is present. Underwater cave, MayotteThe shrimp of the cave. Against all odds, a shrimp in the middle of the water in one of the most remote places of the underwater cave. Where there is no light, in a supposedly mineral world... life is present. Underwater cave, MayotteThe shrimp of the cave. Against all odds, a shrimp in the middle of the water in one of the most remote places of the underwater cave. Where there is no light, in a supposedly mineral world... life is present. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The shrimp of the cave. Against all odds, a shrimp in the middle

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Scientific expedition. Here we are at a horizontal progression of more than 60 m for a depth of more than 65 m. Olivier is setting up markers every 10 metres on the Ariane line. They will be used for the topographic surveys of the next dives.Underwater cave, MayotteScientific expedition. Here we are at a horizontal progression of more than 60 m for a depth of more than 65 m. Olivier is setting up markers every 10 metres on the Ariane line. They will be used for the topographic surveys of the next dives.Underwater cave, MayotteScientific expedition. Here we are at a horizontal progression of more than 60 m for a depth of more than 65 m. Olivier is setting up markers every 10 metres on the Ariane line. They will be used for the topographic surveys of the next dives.Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Scientific expedition. Here we are at a horizontal progression of

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Enter of the cave. Our return to the exit of the cave after spending half an hour exploring. Half an hour under 60 metres and 10 minutes over 70 metres for a maximum depth of 75 metres. At this point, we have 50 minutes of DTR (Total Ascent Time).Underwater cave, MayotteEnter of the cave. Our return to the exit of the cave after spending half an hour exploring. Half an hour under 60 metres and 10 minutes over 70 metres for a maximum depth of 75 metres. At this point, we have 50 minutes of DTR (Total Ascent Time).Underwater cave, MayotteEnter of the cave. Our return to the exit of the cave after spending half an hour exploring. Half an hour under 60 metres and 10 minutes over 70 metres for a maximum depth of 75 metres. At this point, we have 50 minutes of DTR (Total Ascent Time).Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Enter of the cave. Our return to the exit of the cave after

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Rebreather diver. Photo taken at a depth of 70 m in this cave which has been underwater for 18,000 years. It's a great feeling to know that we are the first two humans to discover this place. Moreover, the information that this cave will be able to offer us, through the analysis of stalagmites and stalactites, will teach us a lot about the geology of Mayotte and the atmosphere of the cave at that time. Underwater cave, MayotteRebreather diver. Photo taken at a depth of 70 m in this cave which has been underwater for 18,000 years. It's a great feeling to know that we are the first two humans to discover this place. Moreover, the information that this cave will be able to offer us, through the analysis of stalagmites and stalactites, will teach us a lot about the geology of Mayotte and the atmosphere of the cave at that time. Underwater cave, MayotteRebreather diver. Photo taken at a depth of 70 m in this cave which has been underwater for 18,000 years. It's a great feeling to know that we are the first two humans to discover this place. Moreover, the information that this cave will be able to offer us, through the analysis of stalagmites and stalactites, will teach us a lot about the geology of Mayotte and the atmosphere of the cave at that time. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Rebreather diver. Photo taken at a depth of 70 m in this cave

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Underwater Stalagmite. In the south boat pass cave, 70 metres deep and about 100 metres from the entrance. This stalagmite is an irrefutable proof that this cave was emerged at one time. We are probably the first people to see this place. A real discovery that still has many secrets to reveal. Underwater cave, MayotteUnderwater Stalagmite. In the south boat pass cave, 70 metres deep and about 100 metres from the entrance. This stalagmite is an irrefutable proof that this cave was emerged at one time. We are probably the first people to see this place. A real discovery that still has many secrets to reveal. Underwater cave, MayotteUnderwater Stalagmite. In the south boat pass cave, 70 metres deep and about 100 metres from the entrance. This stalagmite is an irrefutable proof that this cave was emerged at one time. We are probably the first people to see this place. A real discovery that still has many secrets to reveal. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Underwater Stalagmite. In the south boat pass cave, 70 metres

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Stalagmites, Underwater cave, MayotteStalagmites, Underwater cave, MayotteStalagmites, Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Stalagmites, Underwater cave, Mayotte

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Stalagmites, Underwater cave, Mayotte

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Rebreather diver. Diver who has just taken a piece of stalactite which was lying on the ground. This sample will allow us to know more about this cave and perhaps discover the date of its immersion. Underwater cave, MayotteRebreather diver. Diver who has just taken a piece of stalactite which was lying on the ground. This sample will allow us to know more about this cave and perhaps discover the date of its immersion. Underwater cave, MayotteRebreather diver. Diver who has just taken a piece of stalactite which was lying on the ground. This sample will allow us to know more about this cave and perhaps discover the date of its immersion. Underwater cave, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Rebreather diver. Diver who has just taken a piece of stalactite

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Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.© Sergio Pitamitz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.

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Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.© Sergio Pitamitz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.

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Man in a boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man in a boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man in a boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.© Sergio Pitamitz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Man in a boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.

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Man and boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man and boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man and boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.© Sergio Pitamitz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Man and boat in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.

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Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.© Sergio Pitamitz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Man in Krizna Jama Cave, Cross Cave, Grahovo, Slovenia.

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Scuba diver exploring a mosaic of the third century AD, with a maritime theme, made with black and white tiles (tessellatum) depicting a seabed with dolphins, sea urchins, moray eels and other fish, in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a mosaic of the third century AD, with a maritime theme, made with black and white tiles (tessellatum) depicting a seabed with dolphins, sea urchins, moray eels and other fish, in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a mosaic of the third century AD, with a maritime theme, made with black and white tiles (tessellatum) depicting a seabed with dolphins, sea urchins, moray eels and other fish, in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring a mosaic of the third century AD, with a

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Scuba diver exploring a Bichrome mosaic floor in the apodyterium of the Bath situated immediately to the north of the “Villa con ingresso a protiro”, along the N-E shore of the Baianus lacus. The floor mosaic, in black and white tesserae, is framed by a monochrome triple band delimitating a central field with an agonistic subject, covering an area of approx. 12 square meters. In it four male figures are represented, made of black tesserae on a white background: two are athletes, testing themselves in wrestling, while the other two are badly preserved. As one of them holds a branch, he could probably be identified with the judge/trainer. Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a Bichrome mosaic floor in the apodyterium of the Bath situated immediately to the north of the “Villa con ingresso a protiro”, along the N-E shore of the Baianus lacus. The floor mosaic, in black and white tesserae, is framed by a monochrome triple band delimitating a central field with an agonistic subject, covering an area of approx. 12 square meters. In it four male figures are represented, made of black tesserae on a white background: two are athletes, testing themselves in wrestling, while the other two are badly preserved. As one of them holds a branch, he could probably be identified with the judge/trainer. Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a Bichrome mosaic floor in the apodyterium of the Bath situated immediately to the north of the “Villa con ingresso a protiro”, along the N-E shore of the Baianus lacus. The floor mosaic, in black and white tesserae, is framed by a monochrome triple band delimitating a central field with an agonistic subject, covering an area of approx. 12 square meters. In it four male figures are represented, made of black tesserae on a white background: two are athletes, testing themselves in wrestling, while the other two are badly preserved. As one of them holds a branch, he could probably be identified with the judge/trainer. Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring a Bichrome mosaic floor in the apodyterium

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Scuba diver exploring a Bichrome mosaic floor in the apodyterium of the Bath situated immediately to the north of the “Villa con ingresso a protiro”, along the N-E shore of the Baianus lacus. The floor mosaic, in black and white tesserae, is framed by a monochrome triple band delimitating a central field with an agonistic subject, covering an area of approx. 12 square meters. In it four male figures are represented, made of black tesserae on a white background: two are athletes, testing themselves in wrestling, while the other two are badly preserved. As one of them holds a branch, he could probably be identified with the judge/trainer. Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a Bichrome mosaic floor in the apodyterium of the Bath situated immediately to the north of the “Villa con ingresso a protiro”, along the N-E shore of the Baianus lacus. The floor mosaic, in black and white tesserae, is framed by a monochrome triple band delimitating a central field with an agonistic subject, covering an area of approx. 12 square meters. In it four male figures are represented, made of black tesserae on a white background: two are athletes, testing themselves in wrestling, while the other two are badly preserved. As one of them holds a branch, he could probably be identified with the judge/trainer. Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a Bichrome mosaic floor in the apodyterium of the Bath situated immediately to the north of the “Villa con ingresso a protiro”, along the N-E shore of the Baianus lacus. The floor mosaic, in black and white tesserae, is framed by a monochrome triple band delimitating a central field with an agonistic subject, covering an area of approx. 12 square meters. In it four male figures are represented, made of black tesserae on a white background: two are athletes, testing themselves in wrestling, while the other two are badly preserved. As one of them holds a branch, he could probably be identified with the judge/trainer. Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring the splendid mosaic (tessellatum) in black and white decorated with a pattern of hexagons, perfectly preserved, Villa a Protiro, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring the splendid mosaic (tessellatum) in black and white decorated with a pattern of hexagons, perfectly preserved, Villa a Protiro, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring the splendid mosaic (tessellatum) in black and white decorated with a pattern of hexagons, perfectly preserved, Villa a Protiro, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring the splendid mosaic (tessellatum) in black

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Scuba diver goes up the steps leading to the entrance to a small swimming pool in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver goes up the steps leading to the entrance to a small swimming pool in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver goes up the steps leading to the entrance to a small swimming pool in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring a polychrome mosaics in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a polychrome mosaics in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring a polychrome mosaics in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring a polychrome mosaics in the thermal complex

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Scuba diver observing a floor covered with terracotta boards situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver observing a floor covered with terracotta boards situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver observing a floor covered with terracotta boards situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring one of the polychrome mosaics situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring one of the polychrome mosaics situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring one of the polychrome mosaics situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring one of the polychrome mosaics situated in

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Scuba diver exploring parts of the polychrome mosaics situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring parts of the polychrome mosaics situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver exploring parts of the polychrome mosaics situated in the thermal complex of Lacus Baianus, Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver exploring parts of the polychrome mosaics situated in

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Scuba diver with Statue of Antonia minor, member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty daughter of Marcus Anthony and the sister of the emperor Augustus, Octavia minor. Located in the submerged Nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius, near Punta Epitaffio , Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver with Statue of Antonia minor, member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty daughter of Marcus Anthony and the sister of the emperor Augustus, Octavia minor. Located in the submerged Nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius, near Punta Epitaffio , Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver with Statue of Antonia minor, member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty daughter of Marcus Anthony and the sister of the emperor Augustus, Octavia minor. Located in the submerged Nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius, near Punta Epitaffio , Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Scuba diver with statue depicting a companion of Ulysses (perhaps Baio), located in the submerged Nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius, near Punta Epitaffio , Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver with statue depicting a companion of Ulysses (perhaps Baio), located in the submerged Nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius, near Punta Epitaffio , Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian SeaScuba diver with statue depicting a companion of Ulysses (perhaps Baio), located in the submerged Nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius, near Punta Epitaffio , Marine Protected Area of Baia, Naples, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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