It seems like there is always something that can top what you have seen the day before: When we went back last night to see the Rhinopias that we found yesterday, Simon found a second, bigger one. So right now there is a resident pair of Paddleflap Rhinopias in Lembeh Strait. A smaller red one and a bigger pale purple coloured one. They hang out in between the soft corals and feed on little wrasses. Not so nice for the wrasses, but a excellent photo subject. This shot was taken on todays early morning dive.
Author: Serge Abourjeilyhttp://www.serge-mondial.com
Serge is the Dive Manager of NAD-Lembeh and an passionate UW Photographer. He is crazy about all Critters that can be found in Lembeh Strait and likes to be out in the water "hunting" for them.