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23 Sep / 2016
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White tips sharks in Gili Air

This week on the North Gili’s, Lombok we have been out every day on the boat we have managed to visit a variety of sites this week.

Diving around Gili Trawangan we often spot White tip reef sharks, black tips and Jacks. The white tip reef sharks around here are generally extremely lazy, we find them hanging out under rocks of slowly swimming around, which is great for those who like taking pictures as they can generally get a clear shot. As for the black tips and jacks they are a bit faster cruising around the reefs.

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22 Aug / 2016
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Learn new techniquesThis week in Amed, Two Fish Divers did lots of dives in Tulamben. The bumphead parrotfishes are back. The bumphead parrotfishes are the biggest of their species. They are quite easy to spot in Coral Garden at any time.

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09 May / 2016
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Orangutans in BunakenAre we teaching orang-utans to dive underwater in Bunaken? Not just yet, but we’ve been spotting plenty of orangutan crabs (picture by Alex Schade) this week. And what a busy time it has been, thanks to an Indonesian bank holiday. Instructors and dive guides got plenty of in-water time and all of our boats were called on, too. The result? Lots of smiling divers and many congratulations all around as we’re adding more certified divers to the underwater world.


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02 May / 2016
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Big and small creatures in Bunaken this weekIn Bunaken this week, we couldn’t decide where to look – the blue for big stuff or the reef for small creatures. There have been plenty of both, including another Mola-Mola sighting! And just as our dive manager and instructor Dion is off to get to know our Bali and Lombok dive centres better, we’ve been busy teaching PADI Open Water and Advanced Open Water courses.


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10 Jul / 2015
Author: sabine Tags: , Comments: 0

Cuttlefish’s eyes are speculated to be fully developed before birth and start observing their surroundings while still in the egg, and may prefer to hunt the prey they saw before hatching.
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