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17 May / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: , Comments: 1

Babies-everywhere.jpgThis week in Bunaken… Divers have started to see the result of all the eggs that were seen over the last couple of months. Now there are babies everywhere! The tiniest little Nemos hiding away in anemones, golden damsel fish blending in with fan corals and the most gorgeous little cuttlefish babies stood their ground against the divers during a PADI specialty night dive. Thank you Phil Clarke for the beautiful photo of a mama Nemo protecting her eggs!

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15 May / 2015
Author: Luke Tags: , Comments: 0

New Dive boatThis week in Lembeh… We welcome new everything! To start we have finally received our new Fiberglass boat! The KM Karunia has joined us fresh out of the shop and after a few tweaks will be ready for use to lead our fleet.
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15 May / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: , , Comments: 1

11178243_10155571097030037_1586823850613857169_nI can’t believe it has been 10 days since I arrived in Northern Sulawesi! Echo, one of the drivers from Two fish, welcomed me with a big smile on his face at the airport. He brought me to the harbor, where I jumped on a speedboat to Bunaken.


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14 May / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

PADI Divemaster training for AndreasDone with the theory,the exams,and the ear infection is gone so I`m finally diving again. Happy days!

One sight is better than the next. We have had some strong currents on some of the dives and we almost got swept on top of the reef.
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14 May / 2015
Author: sabine Tags: , Comments: 0

Diving in South Lombok - orang-utan crabThis week in Lombok …last week we had a lot of new sights at our fantastic dive site in South Lombok “the Sand”. We saw a achaeus japonicus, sometimes known as the orang-utan crab. With a carapace of only about 2 centimetres or 0.8 inches in diameter, which are thickly covered with fine hairs, red or reddish brown in colour. It is frequently, but not always, found in association with the bubble coral and often laden with small bits of debris for further camouflage.
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