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It's wet, and it's a winner

The male wolf eel is on the right. - Eduardo Baena photo
The male wolf eel is on the right.
— image credit: Eduardo Baena photo

Surrey teacher and photographer Eduardo Baena won first place in the wildlife category of the Nature Trust of B.C. Photo Contest 2011.

The photo of two wolf eels (the female is on the left) was taken 50 feet below the surface at a dive site called Clark Rock, close to Snake Island, a small outcrop east of Nanaimo.

Baena immigrated from Argentina seven years ago and has lived in Whalley for the past six years.

This is his website.

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