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Charonia tritonis (Trumpet triton - LAMARCK, 1816) II

While the animal slowly turns to its normal position, I can't help but realize what a fool I had been to kill one of those beauties just to satisfy my ego. The perfection of moves, the colors, the shapes all make up for a show which is also meant to satisfy the human eye. What a difference; a camera can immortalize the animal without killing it. I wish more people could feel the way I did during those 10 minutes. This could - perhaps - guarantee a better future for this spectacular animal.

See next page for more photos - Text and photos by G.J.Reclos / MCH

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