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This Hungry Flamingo Tongue is grazing a trail on the coral. As it consumes the tissue of the coral, it exposes the skeletal elements of the structure.

This Hungry Flamingo Tongue is grazing a trail on the coral. As it consumes the tissue of the coral, it exposes the skeletal elements of the structure.

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This diving photo was uploaded by WillieBT on 10/30/2011.

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