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Subsea concert attraction

2010-07-11 11:14:46 GMT2010-07-11 19:14:46 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Samantha Langsdale pretends to blow a sculpted conch shell at the Underwater Music Festival in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Saturday, July 10, 2010, near Big Pine Key, Fla. The annual subsea concert attracted more than 500 divers and snorkelers to listen to a local radio station's broadcast piped beneath the sea with underwater speakers. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Divers Katie Jennele, Bob Rowland, Eric Rolfe and Alicia Merel (L-R) act out an "Alice in Wonderland" underwater tea party at the Underwater Music Festival in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Saturday, July 10, 2010, near Big Pine Key, Fla. The annual subsea concert attracted more than 500 divers and snorkelers to listen to a local radio station's broadcast piped beneath the sea with underwater speakers. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Samantha Langsdale pretends to blow a sculpted conch shell at the Underwater Music Festival in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Saturday, July 10, 2010, near Big Pine Key, Fla. The annual subsea concert attracted more than 500 divers and snorkelers to listen to a local radio station's broadcast piped beneath the sea with underwater speakers.

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