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Manta and Diver : Stock Photo
The Revillagigedos Archipelago has sometimes been called 'the Mexican Galapagos' for good reason. It is a magical place for encounters with giant Manta Rays (sharks, whales, dolphins, tuna, etc...)

Manta and Diver

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The Revillagigedos Archipelago has sometimes been called 'the Mexican Galapagos' for good reason. It is a magical place for encounters with giant Manta Rays (sharks, whales, dolphins, tuna, etc...)
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Steven Trainoff Ph.D.
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Manta And Diver Stock Photo 87972391Manta Ray,Animal Themes,Curiosity,Day,Discovery,Diving Suit,Exploration,Full Length,Headshot,Horizontal,Latin America,Mexico,One Person,Outdoors,People,Photography,Scuba Diving,Sea Life,Socorro Island,Swimming,Togetherness,Underwater,Unrecognizable PersonPhotographer Collection: Moment copyright 2007 Steven TrainoffThe Revillagigedos Archipelago has sometimes been called 'the Mexican Galapagos' for good reason. It is a magical place for encounters with giant Manta Rays (sharks, whales, dolphins, tuna, etc...)