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Category: Raja Ampat

Living in Harmony: The Clown and Its Anemone

  The clownfish live within the tentacles of a sea anemone. The sea anemone produces a toxin that protects the clownfish from their predators. A recent study has reported that […]


Top Diving Destinations in Indonesia

Indonesia is huge, and as the largest archipelago country in the world, it is not easy to choose which island to visit especially when we have limited vacation time.  This […]

Wayag Islands Raja Ampat

Limestone islands in Wayag  (Raja Ampat, Indonesia) are not only amazing to view but also to dive into. The islands are uninhabited, and far from the closest mainland, Waigeo Island. My travel […]

Clownfish Close-Up

Finding Nemo is my favorite all the time movie, plus, I love clownfish. I took tens of clownfish images during my scuba diving :D. So, on my third submission for […]

Christmas Tree in the Tropical Sea

Fifth edition of Marine Life monthly post. Since it is almost Christmas, why not introducing a unique looking worm called Christmas Tree. It is a worm but it will not […]

Wayag Islands, the Icon of Raja Ampat

Most of Raja Ampat’s advertising shows the picture of Wayag Islands. This area is without doubt an excellence choice to be the icon of Raja Ampat (West Papua, Indonesia). Wayag […]

Monochrome Monday: Turtle

Taken in Raja Ampat (West Papua, Indonesia). When we found him, he was completely ignoring us – we were four scuba divers back then. I guess he was starving or he […]

Finding Nemo in Raja Ampat (West Papua)

There is no doubt that the movie Finding Nemo has increased the popularity of clownfish. Nemo and his father, Marlin, are just one species from tens clownfish/anemonefish species recognized by […]