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01 Feb / 2016
Author: RobynSmith Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

 “Camouflage” is a fascinating behavior that many Lembeh animals partake in“Camouflage” is a fascinating behavior that many Lembeh animals partake in as they take on the characteristics of an unrelated, inanimate object, simply hoping to go unnoticed by predators. Juvenile Orbicular Batfish are a perfect example of such a critter. Lacking toxins or venomous spines, they spend their juvenile months perfectly camouflaged as fallen leaves as they float about in small schools under the piers and oyster-farms of Lembeh. What would otherwise be a small, tasty morsel for a passing predator is dismissed as an uninteresting, inedible leaf. As the Orbicular Batfish reaches a more formidable size (topping out around 28cm/11in), they no longer depend on camouflage and transform into a completely different looking fish!
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31 Jan / 2016
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

31 Jan / 2016
Author: Robyn Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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Senggigi, North/West Lombok this week we have been exploring the beach dive just off the front here at night..yes indeed night dives here we have come!!!

We set up our gear at the dive shop, get into a car that takes us up to the Art Market around a 2 minute drive. We then put our gear on and walk a few meters to the beach. Enter as you would a normal shore night dive and descend at around 2 meters.
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30 Jan / 2016
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29 Jan / 2016
Author: JakeLangford Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

IMG_5071 This week in South Lombok we had some lovely dives with a beautiful white Leaf Scorpion fish making an appearence.Its been  alittle rainy this week in South Lombok but we are still having some great dives and lots of laughs along the way.
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