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24 Apr / 2015
Author: Luke Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

Nudies Nudies NudiesThis week in Lembeh….. Nudies Nudies Nudies. Not quite the x-rated action you are thinking about…well actually it is…. We have been seeing mating action in the strait. From Nudibranchs mating to laying eggs, the whole life cycle can be seen right here. With an abundant number of different species in nudibranchs, to try an see them all, seems like an impossible task. They range from the tiny sap sucking slugs to the much larger pleurobranchaea and everything in between. Different sizes, shapes, and colors make them an exciting part of Lembehs critter hunt.


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20 Apr / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Hiding harlequin shrimpThis week in Bunaken… On several occassions this week divers were reminded that it’s sometimes hard to see the forrest for all the trees or in DMT Angela’s case; the harlequin shrimps for all the star fish! (Photo: Sharon Odam, UK)
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17 Apr / 2015
Author: Luke Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

Harlequin Shrimp PoseThis week in Lembeh …. Harlequin Shrimp pose for the cameras. The beautiful Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera Picta), have been spotted on a number of sights around Lembeh lately. Often living in pairs, these usually shy critters have taken a few moments to pose for our guests. They are most recognizable for the unique blue or purple spots upon their white exterior, almost having a flowery pattern. They feed exclusively on starfish and are well equipped for doing so. Sadly they are highly prized in the aquarium trade, but here in the strait our guests have been seeing them O’natural.


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14 Apr / 2015
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training for cave diving in BunakenThis week in TEC …. we were visited by Valerie from Australia who started training for cave diving in Bunaken! Valerie was bitten by the Tech bug after she visited the Oztech dive show and bought a Sidemount wing and reg set. She has her sights set on getting her cave qualifications later this year in Thailand, and visited us in Bunaken for her initial Tech certs.
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14 Apr / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 2

blue ringed octopus makes an appearanceThis week in Bunaken… Bunaken is mostly known for its breathtaking wall diving and abundance of chilled out turtles. So you can imagine the surprise (followed my squeals of joy) when a blue ringed octopus was found by instructor Dion during a night dive on Lekuan III. The little guy was not shy at all and the divers could enjoy watching him for minutes as he moved over the sand and flashed his deadly blue rings. (Photo: Ina Wallin)
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