Possibly the first photo of a Sawtooth Arrow Shrimp in its natural habitat. The shrimp was collected and verified as a Tozeuma serratum by a marine biologist.

Possibly the first photo of a Sawtooth Arrow Shrimp in its natural habitat. The shrimp was collected and verified as a Tozeuma serratum by a marine biologist.

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This diving photo was uploaded by Carol202 on 8/9/2010.

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