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21 Dec / 2014
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Bumping heads with bumphead parrotfishThis week in Bunaken… “I saw parrot fish!” This might not be the first thing we mention when we come up from a dive as it is easy to get spoiled with always seeing these pretty and very colourful fish. But it is for sure something special to see a school of bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) descend on the reef to feed.
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15 Dec / 2014
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Green turtle in BunakenThis week in Bunaken … It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned diver or taking your first breaths under water, it is always a great treat to come across a turtle during a dive. Here in Bunaken we are properly spoiled as we see turtles on a daily basis.
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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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