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  1. All: While in the Misool region of Raja Ampat recently, I made a passable video of the intriguing behavior of a species of damselfish, Dascyllus reticulatus. Some, or perhaps many of you, may have seen this intriguing species. I am unclear on how common it is at the various dive sites in the Indo-Pacific region. Does anyone know how one can search for other video of the behavior of this species? Is there a database of fish species video, like there is for sound recordings of bird species (See Xeno-Canto)? If I wanted to research this fish, to see what else has been documented, how would I do that? Next, if I want to alert any institutions about my little video, which might be interested in documentation of the behavior of this species, how should I "share" this video with relevant communities? Many thanks, George Paul
  2. https://vimeo.com/80434354 Hello Everyone, I put together this short video of a Nudibranch eating another Nudibranch. It really is pretty crazy. I didn't even know they did this. Let me know what you think. Hope you enjoy. Dustin
  3. I've posted teasers on this before but now I have a good connection I can upload the whole film. Filmed over the course of a year it gives an insight into the migration and light seeking behavior of the Golden Jellyfish that live in this incredible environment. Enjoy! Richard https://vimeo.com/69592467
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