As you heard on a previous blog we have been extremely busy recently and we are continuing to be be busy as everyone is flocking to come and see the critters that have been on display!!
The Blue-Ringed Octopus has been seen many times over the last three weeks – we normally average 2-3 sightings a month but we have seen 4 on one dive alone and also probably 8-10 other sightings in the space of two weeks. They are a favourite due to their rare nature and also the fact that they are one of the most venomous creatures on the planet!
Another regular has been the Pygmy Pipehorse – they are very hard to get a photo of as they take after their distant relative – Seahorses – and love to turn away as soon as you get them in focus. They are a relatively new discovery and are not seen in many places in the world. We have also seen the Hairy Ghost Pipefish which is not a regular sighting!
Don’t worry all the other critters are been seen as well – Flamboyant Cuttlefish and Frogfish are frequently seen as are the Mimic Octopus, beautiful Nudibranchs, Pygmy Seahorse and crazy-eyed Mantis Shrimps!!
We have also continued to have more people come to Lembeh to start or continue their dive education. Congratulations to Elodie on gaining her Open Water, Maria, Miguel and Bethune for completing their Digital Underwater Photography Specialty ( Bethune also completed his Night Diver Specialty) and Linda completed her Advanced Open Water course, which included an awesome dive on the Mawali Wreck!
If you are coming to Two Fish soon, then we are looking forward to having you stay!
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