Cocos Island is 350 miles southwest of mainlaind Costa Rica, and is an oasis of marine wildlife almost unparalleld on the planet. Its status as a National Park has provided and protected the ecosystem, leaving it fully intact, with all predators and pre
Red fish among strangers.
A red Squirrelfish tries to blend in with hundreds of Blue and Gold Snappers
Shot at Cocos Island, Costa Rica
- jeff yonover 2014
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