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15 Jun / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: Comments: 0

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThis week in Bunaken… With a large amount of night dives this week the divers have enjoyed seeing lots and lots of crazy crustaceans. Normally fairly shy during the day, once the sun sets the reefs are littered with the tiny little red dots that are eyes of shrimps and crabs reflecting the torch light. (Thank you Guillermo for the beautiful marble shrimp photo!)
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12 Jun / 2015
Author: Luke Tags: , Comments: 0

Mantis Shrimp in LembehThis week in Lembeh…. All shrimps aren’t “Shrimps”. As I’m sure the Giant Mantis Shrimp think, “ Who you calling a shrimp?! ” Something we have a bountiful amount of here in the strait is shrimp. They come in all colours, shapes, and sizes. For example the whip coral shrimp is only about 1 cm, compared to the Giant Mantis Shrimp who’s eye alone can be larger than 1.5cm. Even if there is little to find on a dive, one can guarantee shrimp. The variety of shrimp in the area can keep a diver and photographer coming back for more.
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12 Jun / 2015
Author: Robyn Tags: , Comments: 0

Diving in Belongas Bay, South LombokThis week here in Belongas, south lombok we have been experiencing big waves, moderate currents and superb yes superb visibility! The schools of Barracudas have stayed with us again all this week ranging from 150-200 in each. They have been spotted circulating the reefs at 3 dives sites. Having the visibility so clear this week has meant that throughout the whole dives the barracudas have been clear and part of the group.
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10 Jun / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: , Comments: 0

Friendly Napoleon Spot, Diving In Nusa LembonganThis week in Lembongan… Big fish, round fish, long fish, thin fish, many fish, small fish, ugly fish, colourful fish and two or more fish… We’ve seen it all. But on one of our last safety stops at SD on the north coast of Nusa Penida a Humphead Wrasse decided to hang out with the divers for most of the three minutes.
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10 Jun / 2015
Author: sabine Tags: , Comments: 2

Diving South LombokSmall is beautiful – South Gili Lombok goes macro!

Most divers want the big stuff, but there are so many beautiful tiny and unique creatures in the sea that it would be a shame to ignore them. For macro and muck-divers, small is most definitely beautiful. They are not blown away by a manta or a shark gliding past – they just want to get up close with the marine creatures of lesser stature but no less fascination.
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