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Couple teaching son (8-10) to snorkel over coral reef, underwater view : Stock Photo
New Providence, Bahamas. The family is swimming over elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata).

Couple teaching son (8-10) to snorkel over coral reef, underwater view

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Stephen Frink
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New Providence, Bahamas. The family is swimming over elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata).
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