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08 Dec / 2014
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sargassum frogfish in bunaken 081214This week in Bunaken … We have had some great dives here in Bunaken over the last week but the most amazing sighting was the capture of ten sargassum frogfish in a large ball of tangled rope, plastic, fishing net, fishing line and seaweed!
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24 Nov / 2014
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Schooling Barracuda and calm sunny weatherThis week in Bunaken … Several day trips to Mantehage Island was organised and they both had two things in common, many schooling barracuda and calm sunny weather.
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16 Nov / 2014
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porcelain crabThis Week in Bunaken…. Spoting Porcelain crabs during a dive. These brightly coloured  and patternated elusive crustaceans measuring upto 2cm can usually be found seeking shelter between the tentacles or the underside of sea anemones. Like the clown fish that live among the anemones the porcelain crab employs the same method to avoid being stung, coating itself in the anemone mucus tricking it into thinking its is part of itself. 
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10 Nov / 2014
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Leaf Scorpion FishThis week in Bunaken…  Devils, scorpions and ghosts! After Halloween it seems only natural that we should spot scary creatures this week. On Lekuan 3 an ornate ghost pipefish and several leaf scorpion fish, found and photographed by one of our returning guest Lisa.
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03 Nov / 2014
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SharknadoThis week in Bunaken… We have been overrun with sharks on all of our dives this week, making it seem like we’re in the cheesy horror film of Sharknado (google this and you’ll see what we’re talking about). In one overhang section of Lekuan II, local guide Rolly and repeater guests Bob and Sandra from the States found three white tip sharks circling around. As well, there were many dawn dives on Sachiko, all with sightings of sharks on each dive.
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