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.
Creature Feature: Paper Nautilus
Blackwater Dives are all about the weird and wonderful. Strange larval fish that you haven’t seen before, little crustaceans seemingly just floating around, and hunting squids are all part of the regular sightings we get Read more…