Never too busy to dive …

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Never complained about weather here in Lembeh Straith. We get enough raining at night, and bright sunshine in the morning to cheer up our dives. Water temperature stay at 27. Dive in Tanjung Kubur this morning was amazing, hairy octopus finally show up. We will find the picture and share it in the next post….

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They are bamboo shark. Though they don’t bite, and only grow less than a meter, they are predator to small fish and invertebrates. We hope not the harlequin swimming crab …. What about our recent dives? Water temperature is 27, just perfect. Critters have been amazing. Food is great. Everyone has been extremely happy with…

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As I am writing at this very moment, about 320 km from us in the island of Ternate is where you can see the total eclipse of the sun.  The shadow of the moon reaches the earth’s surface in the Indian Ocean then moves across Indonesia and out into the Pacific Ocean with a maximum…

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A Play Underwater

It’s always great to see all these amazing critters underwater, but I think it makes a lot more interesting when you see the play they perform and trying to read the story in between…. as long as you stay really still and allow them to get the show to go on …. Mr wonderpus here…

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Not everyone is alone ……

  This year in Lembeh strait, February really does say something about love. At least to critters ….  Once we collected the images we shoot in February, we noticed there are more couple critters in a lot of our images. They are not necessary all lovers, but at least not many are alone in this…

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The Survivor ….. mimic octopus

Known as one of the most intelligent critters, this native Indonesian able to imitate as diverse a range of forms in order to elude predators. In his surviving mode you will find him shape like lion fish, sea snake or any other critters. To us he was known as the survivor. At 15 meter when…

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This 4 cm critter can be found on many sites here in Lembeh. They make their fortress from coconut shells that sink down to the sea floor. Many people think they are not that special because they are so easily found. But many times, even the most common critters are fun if you read their…

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The Coral nursery pyramid

The weather has been nice here in Lembeh Strait, with sunny skies and water temperature of 27. We were quiet for a couple days, which gave us more time to plant corals for our nursery here in our own bay. The bay is well protected. We are fortunate to have the best location.  Our dive guides,…

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Recently we revisited a few dive sites we had not gone to in a while. We weren’t expecting much as these sites do not normally have interesting critters. Jiri, our guest, had a Lembeh Sea Dragon on his wish list. We went there hoping to find the elusive critter. What a lucky day. We found…

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