Grey seal – Lundy Island - Olympus Dan lives in south Devon where he is a web developer. He has been shooting underwater images for 14 years. Dan’s image of a grey seal was shot while snorkelling around Lundy Island.
Crustacean - Chthamalus stellatus (Sessilia) - Maxillopoda - Barnacles copepods - Calanoida Pedunculata Sessili a c. 20 others - Photographed near the upper shoreline, Lundy Island, UK. Max shell length about 10mm. Many barnacles living on a rock. Each one consists of a round wall with a central hole closed off by two hard plates.
The winners of the Daily Mail's third wildlife photography contest
DOES MY FLIPPER LOOK BIG IN THIS? John Horner, 63, from Hampshire: ‘I was scuba diving off Lundy Island when I felt a tug on my fin. I rolled around and snapped this seal with my Canon Ixus underwater camera.’
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