Hanzel Caballero, from the National Aquarium of Cuba, Shawn Garner, Senior Biologist at The Florida Aquarium, Pedro Chevalier, and Alexis Osoria from the National Aquarium of Cuba and Lauren DeLuca, from the Florida Aquarium, hang out together Sunday, August 21, 2016 as they wait for divers to bring up Staghorn coral from an underwater nursery to take to a lab in the Florida Keys.
Hanzel Caballero, from the National Aquarium of Cuba, Shawn Garner, Senior Biologist at The Florida Aquarium, Pedro Chevalier, and Alexis Osoria from the National Aquarium of Cuba and Lauren DeLuca, from the Florida Aquarium, hang out together Sunday, August 21, 2016 as they wait for divers to bring up Staghorn coral from an underwater nursery to take to a lab in the Florida Keys. JOHN PENDYGRAFT Tampa Bay Times
Hanzel Caballero, from the National Aquarium of Cuba, Shawn Garner, Senior Biologist at The Florida Aquarium, Pedro Chevalier, and Alexis Osoria from the National Aquarium of Cuba and Lauren DeLuca, from the Florida Aquarium, hang out together Sunday, August 21, 2016 as they wait for divers to bring up Staghorn coral from an underwater nursery to take to a lab in the Florida Keys. JOHN PENDYGRAFT Tampa Bay Times

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