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Special Features Slide Show


Living on the island of Bonaire has given Ellen Muller the freedom to return to dive sites regularly to study the reefs residents over time. She has been the first to record some marine life behaviors and has even discovered a new species of nudibranch. That nudibranch, Trapania bonellenae was named in honor of her and Bonaire. It is featured in her slide show, along with some other very rare photographs, including a rare shot of a spawning Orange Ball Corallimorph.
 

Ellen Muller moved from the US to Bonaire in 1980. She didn't pick up an underwater camera until 2001 when she became instantly hooked on underwater photography. Being able to dive almost daily in Bonaire provides many opportunities to document the amazing diversity of marine life in Bonaire's waters. Her passion is being able to share with others, through her underwater photography, some of the incredible underwater creatures she is fortunate enough to encounter on a regular basis. Ellen has photographed many unusual, rare and unique creatures and recorded previously unknown behaviors, making an invaluable contribution to our knowledge of the fascinating underwater world.

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 Major funding for Sensational Sea Two DVD was provided by the Carrow Foundation.