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Ever seen moray eels guarding shrimp? On a mission to get some close-up shots of the colourful shrimp living on a reef in South Africa’s Sodwana Bay, underwater cameraman Bart Lukasik encounters some strange and sharp-toothed obstacles: black-cheeked moray eels. Framing up for the perfect shot meant risking his fingers as the snappy eels seemed to be acting as bodyguards to these tiny crustaceans. We’ve certainly never seen anything like it! We’re also treated to a visit by a curious and very friendly reef manta ray.

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