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We are the UK's leading stock image library specialising in photography of aquatic wildlife and environments. Our content is available to license editorially or commercially across all forms of media.
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Bringing you the best underwater imagery from our award-winning photographers
Our exclusive collection of plankton micro-photography is one of the best in the world
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From topside mammals to weird-and-wonderful inhabitants of the ocean floor, our contributors have photographed thousands of wildlife species, shooting everything from microscopic plankton to the planet's largest animal, the colossal blue whale.
To explore the vast variety of life supported by the world's oceans and freshwater environments, browse our curated image selections showcasing the main animal groups.
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Colourful Cuttlefish and playful Sea Otters... Check out our trending edited animal galleries.
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Our News Archive
20.10.20 Celebrate Reptile Awareness Day 2020 with our Crocodile gallery
28.09.20 Introducing our new award-winning photographer, Mario Cea
14.08.20 A new collection of 400+ beautiful Shark & Ray images
20.05.20: The epic journeys of Green Sea Turtles revealed
12.04.20: Our Jellyfish photography is featured in a new book by Peter Williams
25.03.20: Enjoy our edited gallery for Manatee Appreciation Day
20.03.20: Scientists solve the mystery of why Narwhals have tusks
20.03.20: Covid-19 update
18.02.2020: Read our feature on Peter Parks' Copepod micro-photography