Extreme Wildlife Photographer Danté Fenolio Captures 'Life in the Dark' 

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Published in April by Johns Hopkins University Press, Danté Fenolio’s Life in the Dark: Illuminating Biodiversity in the Shadowy Haunts of Planet Earth reads like an unlikely cross between a deeply informative — yet easily digested — textbook and a slick coffee table book of obscure wildlife photography. Raised among wildlife enthusiasts, Fenolio worked as an amphibian conservation scientist and curator at the Atlanta Botanical Garden before signing on as vice president of conservation and research at the San Antonio Zoo, which helped fund some of the work collected in Life in the Dark.
Photos by Danté Fenolio http://www.anotheca.com/
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Fangtooth (Anoplogaster cornuta)
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Dumbo Octopod (Grimpoteuthis)
Phantom Anglerfish (Haplophryne mollis)
From top: Purple Firefish (Nemateleotris decora); Helfrichi's Firefish (Nemateleotris helfrichi); Firefish (Nemateleotris magnifica)
Pelagic Ostracod (Gigantocypris sp.)
Firefly Squid (Watasenia scintillans)
Johnson’s Abyssal Seadevil (Melanocetus johnsonii)
Square Pink Anthias (Psuedanthias pleurotaenia)
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Midwater Squid (Abralia veranyi)
Cockatoo Squid (Cranchia scabra)
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From top: Bicolor Dottyback (Pictichromis diadema); Blue-eye Royal Dottyback (Pictichromis dinar); Orchid Dottyback (Pseudochromis fridmani); Blue-striped Dottyback (Pseudochromis springeri); Royal Gramma (Gramma loreto)
Flashing Tilefish (Hoplolatilus chlupatyi)
Blue-spotted Jawfish (Opistognathus rosenblatti)
Waterfall Climbing Loach (Cryptotora thamicola)
Juvenile octopod (paralarval octopod)
Pink Knifefish (Orthosternarchis tamandua)
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Waryfish (Scopelosaurus smithii)
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