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2014 Underwater Easter Bunny

Spencer Slate, garbed as a scuba-diving Easter bunny, places hard-boiled eggs on the sea floor Friday, April 18, 2014, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Key Largo, Fla. Slate spearheads an underwater Easter egg hunt each year that serves as a fundraiser for a local children's charity. The eggs are decorated with food coloring to minimize impacts to the marine environment. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2013 Underwater Easter Bunny

Spencer Slate, costumed as a scuba diving Easter bunny, hides eggs amid eel grass Sunday, March 31, 2013, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Key Largo, Fla. About 80 adults and children participated in an Underwater Easter Egg Hunt, seeking real hard-boiled eggs painted with non-toxic food coloring to avoid adverse effects on the marine ecosystem. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2012 Underwater Easter Bunny

Spencer Slate costumed as a scuba-diving Easter bunny positions eggs on the sea floor of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Monday, April 2, 2012, off Key Largo, Fla. On Easter Sunday, Slate's dive shop is to stage an underwater Easter egg hunt with proceeds benefitting a local children's charity. Real hard-boiled eggs and nontoxic colorings are used to avoid negative environmental impacts. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2011 Underwater Easter Bunny

Spencer Slate, garbed as a scuba-diving Easter bunny places eggs on the sand in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Tuesday, April 19, 2011, off Key Largo, Fla. An Easter tradition in the Florida Keys, Slate's Atlantis Dive Shop stages an underwater egg hunt on Easter Sunday that serves as a fundraiser for a local children's charity. Real eggs and nontoxic colorings are used to avoid negative ecological impacts. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)