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Day 30 of Underwater Photo Challenge Corals are actually marine animals that made up of thousands of tiny animals called polyps. They bring colors and source of life to the […]
Day 27 of Underwater Photo Challenge The shrimps live on a host feather star. They camouflage very well with their host and help the feather star cleaning their wastes. The […]
Day 26 of Underwater Photo Challenge I took many pictures of clownfish, I love watching them during my dives. There are at least 30 species recognized as part of its […]
Day 24 of Underwater Photo Challenge It is a family to the flatfish species. It is side-swimmer fish and a bottom-dwellers. Its two eyes located in one side and both […]
Day 23 of Underwater Photo Challenge Octopus can kill you with their venoms. But, only a few octopus species that have such fatal venoms. Blue-ringed octopus is the most highly […]
Day 22 of Underwater Photo Challenge Luckily I have encountered several Hawksfish species during my diving holiday. They are normally active but often hiding behind gorgonians or soft corals when […]
Day 21 of Underwater Photo Challenge There is no nickname for this nudibranch but it has biology species name. I encountered the nudibranch in Bali (Indonesia) on my last diving […]
Day 20 of Underwater Photo Challenge Its size is up to 75 cm, large body and known by experienced scuba divers as an aggressive and fearless territorial fish. The fish […]
Day 18 of Underwater Photo Challenge It’s obvious how this fish gets its name. They can be identified easily due to their elongate body, with compressed head and a tubular […]
Day 17 of Underwater Photo Challenge The sea moths crawl slowly on the sandy bottom of the seafloor, feeding on the small crustaceans.
Day 16 of Underwater Photo Challenge Arrow dart goby usually can be found in pairs, near to their burrow. They will hide immediately as being approached too closely.