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04 Feb / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Flipping FlippersThis week in Lembongan… Dive guide Andy is normally the one with all the luck, he may have been the only one on the dive that did not see them but his good luck made sure everyone else did see these dolphin’s flipping flippers.
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02 Feb / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

pontohi pygmy seahorseThis week in Bunaken… From having a couple of weeks of big stuff, this week has been one of awesome macro. Candy crab, crinoid shrimp, ornate ghost pipefish, painted frogfish, harlequin shrimp, tiger mantis shrimp and several types of  pygmy seahorse (Pontohi, Severn, Bargibanti) just to name a few. The seahorse in the picture is a Pontohi pygmy seahorse which was classified as its own species just seven years ago in 2008! Growing to a maximum size of 17 mm from nose to the tip of the tail we are happy our guides have the eagle eyes required to find them. Thank you Phil Clarke for the great photo!
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29 Jan / 2015
Author: Luke Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

Dawn dives and Day tripsThis week in Lembeh…. We have be deviating from our usual schedule with Dawn dives and Day trips. As per request from guests, diving has been taking a different look than usual. Though the one thing that doesn’t change is the quality of diving and things we see!
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28 Jan / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 3

Unknown CreatureThis week in Lembongan… This photo was brought to us by one of our guests wanting help to identify it. The guides, who are normally great at identifying these unusual creatures, didn’t know this time. Does anybody know what this creature is?
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26 Jan / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 2

devil ray This week in Bunaken… What an amazing week we’ve had! The afternoon dives have really rocked this week. Michel from Canada was out on a dive on Bunaken Timor II with divemaster Sandy when a gorgeous devil ray cruised by them almost within touching distance! They were so surprised that Michel only had time to take this one photo before it was gone. We rarely see devil rays here, but it also gave us a reminder to keep an eye out in the blue. Who knows what cruises by when we have our heads in the reef looking for small stuff. Maybe rearview mirrors on the mask can be an idea….
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