Lundy has become England's first Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) because of its important sealife. The designation was announced on 12 January 2010.
The Marine Conservation Zone will protect habitats and species of national importance. All the photos in this gallery were taken in Lundy's waters.
Lundy's coastal waters are already a designated Marine Nature Reserve, where sealife has blossomed.
The waters off the east coast of Lundy were made a "No Take Zone" in 2003, which prohibits fishing.
These images are from footage taken by Natural England and they show the amazing colours on the seabed off Lundy.
Lundy, which lies off the north Devon coast, is hugely popular with divers due to its rare marine life and corals.
A network of Marine Conservation Zones is to be created around England to protect rare species such as this pink seafan in Lundy's waters.
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