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27 Mar / 2015
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First Times Can Be Amazing!This week in Lembeh….. first times can be amazing! We have gotten so many first timers to Lembeh this week. All new to muck diving, to say the least, they have all been pleasantly surprised with the amount of life within the sands. We have been getting so many “whats that fish…..” questions, its hard to keep up!
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20 Mar / 2015
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We like sinking boatsThis week in Lembeh….. we like sinking boats! We were able to add a new structure to our house reef this week, it came in the shape of one of our old transport boats. With the help of Dom and Ina, from Bunaken, we anchored down the boat just on the slope of our house reef as another artificial structure. DMT Philippa and Gerri helped in scouting the location for it and all the guides were very enthusiastic getting the boat and anchors out to the drop site. Plenty of lifting and sinking devices were used to make the project go off without a hitch. Now all we have to do is wait for the critters to find their new home!
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14 Mar / 2015
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Dive Against DebrisAs rubbish in our oceans is a big problem, and as part of my Eco Divemaster Internship I had to organize a Project Aware Dive Against Debris reef cleaning.  So last Friday an intrepid group of 8 divers (some were even volunteers) went to one of the Two Fish dive sites and after I gave my first dive briefing, we descended into what looked to be basically an underwater rubbish dump.
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13 Mar / 2015
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Dragons Have Been Seen!This week in Lembeh…. Dragons have been seen! One thing high on many peoples list to see is the Lembeh sea dragon (Kyonemichthys Rumengani). This, fortunately hasn’t been hard to find lately. Discovered only in 2006, these little guys can grow to a staggering 4cm, and despite the name can be found throughout Indonesia and some parts of Malaysia.
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09 Mar / 2015
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Excited to startI arrived in Lembeh fresh out of my Rescue Diver training and excited to start my Divemaster Internship.  After being presented with my timetable for the first three weeks, I went to bed that night in fear and trepidation – what had I got myself into?
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