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These images are short-listed for the 2014 ANZANG Nature Photographer of the year contest Our Impact category.
UNIDENTIFIED SPECIES. Rubbish from human activity can cause major pollution problems in marine environments, but sometimes these discarded items can become a home or habitat. This octopus is taking refuge in a discarded drink bottle, a safe hiding place on the otherwise deserted sandy slope. Lembeh Strait, Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. Nikon D7100, Nikkor 60mm macro, 1/200, f/18, ISO 200, two Inon Z-240 strobes, Nauticam housing, handheld
Photo credit: Tammy Gibbs