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After many months of lockdown in which we have done everything possible to cultivate our passion for diving, finally we are back in the sea and the island of Giannutri (Italy) welcomes us in the best way.

Punta Pennello shoal with its forest of black coral (Antipathes subpinnata) surrounded by forests of Paramuricea clavata and Eunicella cavolini is a riot of color and life and reminds us that the Mediterranean mesophotic coral has nothing to envy to the tropical seas.

A short video by @MarcoP.

 

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Very nice work!  Thank you for sharing.

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Beautiful movie, you encapsulate what i love about the Mediterranean sea : the colors and that San pietro..!

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Really beautiful! How deep are the black corals?

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1 hour ago, benedika said:

Really beautiful! How deep are the black corals?

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From about 70m to 90m. Most of the video is shot between 70 to 80m on a small plateau on the outer side of the shoal.

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Soo nice

 

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