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If it weren’t for the drysuit and three-degree water, I might think I was diving in Fiji.

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The red-gilled nudibranch, photographed in Bonne Bay, Nfld.

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Visitors to the Bonne Bay Marine Station at Norris Point can explore live displays of the local sealife, including touch tanks with hermit crabs and sea stars.

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Sea kayaking near Shag Cliff in Bonne Bay.

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The Tablelands in Gros Morne are a 500-million year old slice of ocean floor. The orange-brown rock is one of the best and most accessible examples of exposed mantle material in the world.

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Soft coral found on Gadd’s Wall in Bonne Bay, Nfld.

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