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Copper Rockfish

Copper Rockfish (Sebastes caurinus.) is a shallow demersal (about 10 to 200m or 30 to 600 ft depth) species that ranges from Alaska to Baja California. They can be a half century old. This photograph was taken with a Nikon D2X camera in a Seacam underwater housing while scuba diving in Barkley Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

Barkley SoundBritish ColumbiaCanadaClass ActinopterygiiCopper RockfishInfraclass TeleosteiPhylum ChordataRendezvous Dive Adventures Seacam underwater housingScorpaenidaeScorpaeniformesSeacamSebastes caurinusSubclass NeopterygiiTeleostVancouver IslandVertebratebiospherein situmarinemarine lifenaturalworldnaturescubascuba divingunderwaterunderwater photographyunderwaterphotowild