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Aerial view of an unknown wreck, west of the Marquesas Keys, Florida.
A Texas redfish fights back.
A trio of oyster-catchers.
This extremely rare daytime arribada (synchronized nesting) of Pacific olive ridley turtles occurred on a Costa Rican beach in the 1950s. It was captured by the photographer's father (also Joe Richard), who was a researcher at the University of Miami's Rosentiel School for three decades. Today, this area is part of Santa Rosa National Park, but the turtles are far fewer in number.
Trolling past a Louisiana
Predators below scatter a school of mullet off the Texas coast while a pelican swoops in for an easy meal.

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