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13 May / 2016
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An encounter with a Mimic Octopus in Lembeh is bound to Enchant and Fascinate Whether you are a first timer or have been here numerous times before, an encounter with a Mimic Octopus in Lembeh is bound to enchant and fascinate you! The Mimic Octopus was named after its unique ability to imitate venomous animals, providing it with some semblance of defense in an otherwise soft and tasty, defenseless body. Discovered only 15 years ago, the Mimic Octopus created quite a stir in the scientific community for being the first of its kind to go beyond traditional camouflage as a form of defense.
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06 May / 2016
Author: RobynSmith Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Scott-and-Robyn-in-Lembeh

We want to welcome Scott and Robyn to the Two Fish Lembeh Management Team, and as semi-pro photographers they promise to help you improve your Underwater Photography Skills!


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29 Apr / 2016
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“TK II” is our featured Lembeh Dive-Site of the Month “TK II” is our featured Lembeh Dive Site of the Month. All black-sand, algae growth and desolate landscape, Teluk Kembahu II is definitely not one of Lembeh’s prettier dive sites. But does that old trick really fool anyone anymore? When we take a closer look at TKII it comes alive; it is absolutely overflowing with some of Lembeh’s coolest critters!

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22 Apr / 2016
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Improve your Photography Skills on your next trip to LembehLooking to take an Underwater Photography Course in order to improve your photography skills on your next trip to Lembeh?

Divemaster in Training Tristan Stafford took Scott’s Digital Underwater Photography course this week, with amazing results! Here’s a wonderful account of his experience…
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16 Apr / 2016
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A Fascinating Variety of Phyllodesmium Nudibranchs in Lembeh

Phyllodesmium longicirrum with symbiotic Emperor Shrimp

We have been seeing a fascinating variety of Phyllodesmium Nudibranchs when diving in Lembeh this week. This beautiful and widely varying species of nudibranch is commonly referred to as “Solar-Powered” because of its unique relationship to the algae it ingests.
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