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Four square meters of Lembeh Strait

All our dives on our 3 dive boats were really good today … but the second morning dive on Stargazer was a rather special one. We not only found many critters, we also found them in a very small area. Among several other critters, we saw a Painted Frogfish, a Common Seahorse, a Nudibranch with Emperor Shrimp, a Pygmy Pipehorse and some cool little shrimps within a area that was about 2×2 meters in size. We spend exactely 54 minutes exclusively on these four square meters … and then more Frogfish, Nudibranch and Shrimps on the way up. A dive that our guest Martin from Germany really enjoyed.

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