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Coral Reef Red Sea, Ras Mohammed Framed Print
Scuba Divers pass by a coral reef photographed at Ras Mohammed National Park, Red Sea, Sinai, Egypt,

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Coral Reef Red Sea, Ras Mohammed Framed Print

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The Red Sea is rich in species, and has many reefs which have grown up into shallow, sunlit depths. Butterflyfish, angelfish, sharks, rays, turtles and other marine creatures are everywhere.
As a browser upon reef corals and algae, the butterflyfish has few enemies, and can be found swimming busily around any coral reef in the Red Sea, examining the many food items it sees.