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    Posted June 10, 2014 by
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    Underwater photography

    Jawfish with Eggs

    This pictures was taken at the world famous Blue Heron Bridge. I'm David Sanchez a local underwater photographer. The Blue Heron Bridge is known for it's diverse marine life. Many divers come from different parts of the world just to have a bridge experience.

    Here is a picture of a Jawfish with eggs in it's mouth. They are commonly seen in burrows surrounded by sea shells and rocks. Most of the time, the jawfish move around in pairs. This male jawfish will incubate the eggs in it's mouth for 8-10 before relasing them into the water column.

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