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09 Nov / 2015
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longnose hawkfish in BunakenThere are many unsung heroes on our reefs, one of my favourites is the long nose hawkfish in Bunaken, and its not often you manage to get two of them in a frame. Of course everyone likes to see the big stuff, turtles, sharks, rays and other big pelagics; and you have the other end of the spectrum where divers love the hunt looking for smaller and smaller shrimps and other critters.
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08 Nov / 2015
Author: Robyn Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Mobula's are still here

This week in Belongas, South Lombok we have been spotting Mobula Rays every dive at Gili Sarang. They have been a bit unpredictable this season with spells of disappearing and usually by this time of year they have head off to a slightly colder climate but they seem to be enjoying the warms waters of 28ºC.
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07 Nov / 2015
Author: Reuben Tags: , , Comments: 0

Mola Molas At MimpangThis week in Bali: We have had an exciting week here in Bali, starting with Seahorse at the jetty in Padang Bai to Mola Mola at Mimpang, Dolphins, baby Frogfish, Sharks, Rays and alot more.
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04 Nov / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: Comments: 0

Gorgeous Mantis shrimp In LembonganThis week in Lembongan… We spotted a mantis shrimp at Manta Point calmly sitting out in the open, even if they look gorgeous, some call them the nightmare of the ocean, as they can be powerful killers, but maybe it’s why we love them!

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02 Nov / 2015
Author: Dominic Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

Bamboo sharkIt has been an elasmobranch week at Bunaken. In particular our deep divers Danny and Rachel were lucky enough to have sharks and rays on almost every dive this past week. Danny even lucked out and had an encounter with a scalloped hammerhead at 50m.

All the action wasn’t happening down deep though, we had an unusual visit from a brown banded bamboo shark, which had found a nice hole to hide out in on Lekuan Dua. Also the usual suspects of white tips, black tips, eagle rays and the abundant blue spotted ribbon tail rays kept everyone happy.
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