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16 May / 2014
Author: Nigel Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Clown FROGFISH CRAZY IN LEMBEHTHIS WEEK IN LEMEBH…it surely is Frogfish crazy in Lembeh with up to six on one dive!  We’ve seen a great variety…  Our favourite, the Hairy Frogfish has made an appearance (two of them!) – as well as Shaggy, Clown, Painted, Freckled, Giant and Warty  variations.


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14 May / 2014
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

OCTOPUS COME OUT TO PLAY IN LEMBONGAN

OCTOPUS COME OUT TO PLAY IN LEMBONGAN

THIS WEEK IN LEMBONGAN…… Randy, one of our professional dive guides, has had the lucky wandering eye this week, picking out the rare juvenile Scorpion Leaf Fish, quite a few turtles and a large octopus out for a swim. We have also seen Nudibranchs, Candy Crabs, Porcelain Crabs and Orang Utan Crabs.

We have had some quite spectacular waves on the south side of the island which has only enhanced the excitement and adventure of finding Manta Rays. With many of our guest cursing the waves to spot the beautiful giants while snorkel. One trip was lucky enough to encounter 7 Manta Rays at Manta Bay.


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14 May / 2014
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Header with Sargassum Frogfish
Welcome to our (new-look) weekly round-up #15, May 2014. This is the week we found a very rare fish in Lembeh, a Sargassum Frogfish at Hairball hiding in a piece of trash!

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14 May / 2014
Author: matt_twofish Tags: , , , , Comments: 2

BADEN FINISHES HIS DIVEMASTER7 weeks of diving down! Finished both my rescue diving course and my Divemaster. Its sad to say goodbye to all the new friends I’ve made but I hope to see everybody somewhere down the track. 
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13 May / 2014
Author: Sandy Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Rebreather Rescue BailoutTHIS WEEK IN TEC…. Ever wonder how rebreather rescue works? Our technical diving instructors Sandy and Hiro Yoshida spent many days this past week training all the local dive guides on Bunaken how to rescue rebreather divers from underwater. All of the staff participated in bailing out a rebreather diver who is breathing a bad mixture and also surfacing an unconscious rebreather diver. We had fantastic fun with our rebreather rescue training even though it’s a very serious topic, and we’re now ready to assist all our technical divers who come to us for diving!


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