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Candy Crabs (Dendronephthya Crab, Hoplophrys oatesii), in seize about 1/2 inch ( up to 1,5cm) live in soft corals. To camouflage themselves they cut pieces of the soft coral and glue them on their bodies. The soft corals continue to grow there. Older Candy Crabs looks like at carneval.

Seen at the divesides of Kasai Village, Moalboal, Philippines.

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Olympus E-3, 50mm macro lens, 1,4x teleconverter.

Henry Jager is a passionate underwater and wildlife photographer with an incredible sense for an unexpected view on the subjects.

Due to his outstanding portfolio, Henry Jager has been awarded Grand Master of underwaterphotography by the world’s largest and one of the most prestigious contest at www.underwaterphotography.com

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