The waters surrounding Indonesia’s 13,466 islands host some of the most incredible marine life encounters a diver could wish for. Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelagic country and boasts being the world’s second most biodiverse country after Brazil. In addition, 36% of Indonesia birds and 39% of its mammal species are endemic […]Read more ›
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Many people haven’t heard of the sarcastic fringehead. Located off the Pacific coast of North America, these fish are usually less than 10 inches long, and at first glance they’re not much to look at. But don’t be too quick to judge—these guys are fascinating once they open up. The […]Read more ›
Have you seen this sea creature before? Long before the sea bunny became quite the viral video sensation, these unique nudibranchs, named Jorunna parva, have been hippity-hopping around the waters of the Indo-Pacific Ocean. Let’s learn a little about these seemingly “furry” friends. That’s No Fur Coat First of all, that white fur coat […]Read more ›
The marine life in the Philippines is overwhelmingly beautiful. Made up of more than 7,100 islands and located in the nutrient-rich Coral Triangle, the Philippines is home to an astounding number of marine creatures. World War II wrecks, steep drop-offs and tropical caves house colourful hard and soft corals as well as thousands of […]Read more ›
When there are more than 21,000 species of fish around the world and more than 4,000 species that live on coral reefs, how is it possible for “the guy with all the PADI cards” to be so good at identifying fish? All you know what to do is say, “I saw […]Read more ›