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04 May / 2015
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Pygmy seahorses - big loveThis week in Bunaken… Big love sometimes come in small packages. Guillermo from Belgium together with Dive Guides at Two Fish Divers Opel got to witness two Pontohi pygmy seahorses in a beautiful dance. The little lovers swam around each other for a few minutes and ended up holding tails hooked on to a bit of coral. We are crossing our fingers for pygmy-pygmy seahorses soon! Thank you Guillermo for the photo. Do you only sea one seahorse? The second one is upside down, like a mirror of the top one!
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25 Apr / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Earth day with Two Fish DiversThis Earth Day, all Two Fish dive centres took to the beach and to the oceans to clean up the amazing earth that we all live on.
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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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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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06 Apr / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Eagle rays are backThis week in Bunaken… Eagle rays are in general a fairly common sight here in Bunaken. In the beginning of the year we did however notice a dip in sightings, but they now seem to be back in numbers. They are seen on almost every dive at the moment! And considering how easy it is to just look on the reef walls for cool critters you can only imagine how many cruise by unnoticed behind us. It is always a great treat to have one of those large rays swim past with that cheeky looking face. They look like they just got away with some mischief!
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