This week in Amed, we keep on adding some more Muck Dives discoveries and get to admire the Leaf Scorpionfish; a pretty fish with a weird shape that preys on shrimps, crabs and even smaller fish thanks to its venomous spines; a strong venom still considerably weaker than that of the stonefish.
Just as many other muck dives’ animals, they are experts on camouflages. This species is monotypic genus meaning that it is the only species in the Taenianotus genus. You probably asked yourselves that question…
Nathan Wong, one of our former PADI Divemaster student took this picture.
It’s also a great opportunity to congratulate many students: Enrico, Nidhi, Tobias and Cinzia, who achieved their PADI Open Water certifications; Deborah and Gordon became PADI Advanced Open Water Divers and the young Ethan, who discovered the underwater wonders despite his age. Congratulations to All!