Pāua (Haliotis sp.)
The insides of New Zealand abalone exhibit a beautiful iridescent blue and green coloration. Due to its popularity in both culinary and jewelry uses, the abalone are subject to illegal poaching.
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Pāua (Haliotis sp.)

The insides of New Zealand abalone exhibit a beautiful iridescent blue and green coloration. Due to its popularity in both culinary and jewelry uses, the abalone are subject to illegal poaching.

Amy on Flickr

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