A scuba diving Easter bunny created an Easter egg hunt with a difference on Thursday, hiding coloured eggs among the coral reefs of the Florida Keys.
Wayne Doneleson, a dive instructor with the Florida Keys Dive Centre, donned a white bunny costume and hid eggs at a dive spot called Snapper Ledge located several kilometre (miles) off Key Largo in 25 feet (7.6 metres) of water.
Divers searched for the eggs and turned them in for prizes back onshore.
The dive centre donated a portion of profits from the dive charter and hunt to the Florida Keys Children's Shelter.
Real hard-boiled eggs were used, in lieu of plastic, to ensure the eggs would naturally bio-degrade if divers didn't manage to find them all.