Featured Photographer | Jake Wilton
A large female guitarfish hunts along the seafloor.
Barrel roll feeding is a technique used by manta rays to feed when plankton stirred up off the bottom.
Juvenile golden trevally use larger animals such as manta rays as a nursery when they are young.
A manta cruises the crystal clear shallow waters of Coral Bay. Individual manta can be identified by their unique belly pattern.
A green turtle enjoys a nice massage off some local parrotfish.
Whale sharks are found on Ningaloo Reef every year from April-July while they aggregate to feed on an abundance of tropical krill.
A green turtle enjoys one of the many turtle cleaning stations on the reef.
The striking zebra shark is the closest living relative to the famous whale shark.
A manta ray skims the sea floor feeding on the abundance of plankton found on the Ningaloo.
A 4m female tiger shark patrols the sand flats of Coral Bay in search of one of its favourite prey, turtles.
An Octopus displays it’s incredible ability to change colour in the blink of an eye.
Researchers use NASA star mapping technology to identify individual whale sharks using their unique spot patterns, much like a fingerprint.
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