Flamingo Tongue Photos Shot with Olympus TG-4

One of the awesome features of the Olympus TG-4 is the underwater macro setting.  I use the camera with the underwater case, PT-056 which allows me to use it to 45m.  This photo was shot in the Cayman Islands, on a dive with Pirates Point Resort on Little Cayman.  The dive spot was Jigsaw which is outside of the marine park.  I did not have RAW format turned on that day, this came directly from the camera.

The Flamingo Tongue, Cyphoma gibbosum, is a type of cowry shell. The spots you see on the shell are actually part of the animal, the soft tissue, called the mantle.

Flamingo Tongue

Flamingo Tongue taken with Olympus TG-4 and Housing

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