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09 Jan / 2014
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Ambon scorpionfishLast week we had 10 Ambon scorpionfish on one dive in Lembeh, but what are they?

The Ambon scorpionfish is only 6-12cm long, it is shaggy, and the most distinguishing feature is the large growths above eyes, making them look a bit like Fu-Manchu!

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03 Jan / 2014
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If you thought that the frogfish in Lembeh were weird, then this ranks in the same league. The red-lipped batfish or Galapagos batfish is found around the Galapagos Islands at depths of 30m or more. It is mainly known for its bright red lips, and they look just right for a kiss!

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27 Dec / 2013
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Giant frogfish LembehThis week we had a Frogfish-tastic week in Lembeh with lots of different species: Hairy, Giant, Painted, Warty / Clown, all of varying colours and sizes. PLUS we found three Sargassum frogfish when cleaning our beach in front of the resort!

But what are these weird fish?

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15 Dec / 2013
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Paddle-flap  rhinopiasLast week we reported that we found two new Rhinopias fish in Lembeh, but what are they?

Rhinopias are actually a scorpionfish, and they are one of the top 10 critters that photographers come to Lembeh for and so are pretty special.

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06 Dec / 2013
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Mola mola at Buyuk, Nusa LembonganThis week we saw 5 Mola Mola on 1 dive in Lembongan so I thought that I would find out what a Mola Mola is, and the first thing I discovered is that the Mola Mola is the heaviest bony fish in the world!! (sharks and rays can be heavier, but they’re cartilaginous fish).

The Mola Mola, or ocean sunfish, resembles a big floating blob, and the adult has an average weight of 1,000 kg and is 180cm long (250cm fin to fin).

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