orange roughy

An orange roughy swims by vestimentiferan worms (marine tube worms), Calyptogena (clam) shells, and carbonate (limestone) rocks at a cold seep site photographed by the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research deep towed imaging system (DTIS) camera on the research vessel Tangaroa. Image courtesy of NEW ZEEPS 2006 Expedition, NOAA/NIWA.

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