Clownfish Pictures in National Geographic

Clownfish Pictures in National Geographic

Postby Midnight Angel » Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:00 am

Hey guys first I want to say that I am in NO way affiliated with National Geographic (if only I was :lol: ). But the January issue has a article about clownfish and anemones. The article is great but the pictures are amazing :!: :!: :!: There is one of a close up of a tomato clown with eggs that is probably my favorite clownfish picture ever. There is also a great picture of a group of Nigripes. Anyway it is worth it just to see these pics. And fwiw they are by a photographer named David Doubilet.


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Re: Clownfish Pictures in National Geographic

Postby Midnight Angel » Mon Jan 04, 2010 5:38 am

I forgot to mention that conversations with Gerald Allen and Vince Rado (ORA) were in the article. We are lucky enough to have Vince here on MOFIB to answer questions from time to time. Anyway this article and it's pictures are well worth the price of the magazine. :wink:


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