Photo by @BrianSkerry. Tiny tunicates thrive on an underwater cave wall in

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Photo by @BrianSkerry. Tiny tunicates thrive on an underwater cave wall in

Photo by @BrianSkerry. Tiny tunicates thrive on an underwater cave wall in

Photo by @BrianSkerry. Tiny tunicates thrive on an underwater cave wall in Chichi Jima, Japan. Although they seem to have little faces (like Mr. Bill) this is simply their coloration pattern. These animals are endemic to this one location and are found nowhere else in the world. How many other discoveries are waiting to be made in Earth’s oceans?
Please follow @BrianSkerry for more amazing aquatic photographs, and follow the link in our bio to watch #ValensReef, @ConservationOrg’s first virtual reality experience, set in the marine-rich waters of eastern Indonesia.
#takeover #worldoceansmonth #japan #tiny #tunicates #discovery

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