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The Lembeh Formula: Tiny Critters = Great Diving

Today was another fantastic day of diving here at NAD Lembeh. This morning was somthing like the festival of miniatures. On the first dive we had several Baby Painted Frogfish, tiny Soft Coral Shrimp, baby Sawblade Shrimps, Pygmy Goby guarding eggs and a lot of other small things, that make a dive BIG. On the second dive the Mini Creatures just kept coming: A Baby Seahorse, a small Tiger Shrimp, Pygmy Seahorses, Ghostpipe Fish with eggs (Eyes of the Babys visible), juvenile Flamboyant Cuttlefish, dozends of Mini Nudibranchs and … a tiny tiny Hairy Shrimp (about 2mm in size!!). So remember to pack your magnifying glass when you come to Lembeh!

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