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why dose the blood of an injured deep-sea divers look greenish-black in underwater photographs taken with natural light, but red when flashbulbs are used?

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    "Natural" light at low depths of the ocean is blue due to the filtering effect of a water above. There is no red light in it for the blood to reflect. Blood does not reflect blue light.

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