Avid outdoorsman and underwater photographer, Barry Brown has spent the last 12 years documenting life above and below water in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. He is currently working with the Smithsonian Institution documenting new Caribbean deep-water species and building a one of a kind database. His underwater images can regularly be seen in Sport Diver, Scuba Diver and on the Ikelite website. His image of a "Collage of Corals" seen under blue-light at night recently placed in the TOP 10 images for the 2014 NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association) photo contest.
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Jan 6, 17 Comments Off on Godzilla Goby, Science in the News, Rare, Deep Sea Fish
Good morning all, my photo of the now famous Godzilla Goby is in the 2017 issue of Science in the News. This was one of the many new finds by the Smithsonian Institution in collaboration with Substation Curacao using a mini-submersible that can go to depths of a 1000 feet. Luke Tornabene and Carole Baldwin were the two scientists working on describing this beautiful new fish species which I believe was found off the coast of Curacao.