Bobbit Worms (Eunice spp.) are the things of nightmares. They are ambush predators that live in burrows in the sand and usually only have a large pair of pincers visible waiting to trap fish. They can grow up to 6 feet long! I have no…

During one of the dives, I had a malfunction with my camera and my strobes stopped working, so rather than just give up, I resorted to trying to do some photography with just the focus lights. I only got a couple keepers, but I think…

Nearly every park and trail I’ve visited in Florida listed bobcats as one of the species you may see. Having never seen a bobcat in the wild before, I was skeptical at best. I figured there was no real chance of actually getting to see…

I found this Lined Seahorse (Hippcampus erectus) during one of the dives at the bridge. After a few minutes, it was obvious it no longer wanted to have its photo taken, so I left it alone, but I wish I had managed some better photos.…

I’m sure this won’t be my last photo of an Arrow Crab – they are pretty common in this area but I still find them to be a really cool critter. I feel like they are one of those animals that would be much more…