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Pictured: Moray eel with cleaner shrimp Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Cleaner shrimp cleaning a grouper's gills Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Cleaner shrimp on Undulate triggerfish's mouth Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Snowflake moray eel Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Clown fish with tongue parasite Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Bigfin reef squid Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Coconut octopus Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Lizardfish eating a juvenile grouper Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Wunderpus larvae Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Trevally inside a jellyfish Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: White eye moray eel Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper. Other creatures captured in the darkness off the coast of the Philippines and the Indonesian island Bali include a paper nautilus feeding on a box jellyfish, a bigfin reef squid, a wunderpus larvae, an undulate triggerfish and a clownfish with tongue parasite. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Lilian Koh/Solent News ? Lilian Koh/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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