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Nice Diving at Pulau Abadi

These days we have been back to Pulau Abadi – a divesite in front of Bitung harbour, that has a nice rubble patch and also a beautiful coral reef. Our guest saw lots of cool things there including frogfish, flamboyant cuttlefish, ribbon eels and a wonderpus (that disappeared in its hole unfortunately). My personal highlight of that dive were these three though: A Cuttlefish eating a shrimp (he kept hunting it for quite some time while i watched it through the viewfinder), 2 Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorses cuddling and hitting each others heads and an algae with 7 (yes, 7!!) Picachu Nudibranchs in it (see 2 of them on photo). Oh … and there was also a beautiful school of barracuda. And all that just in front of Bitung’s Deep Sea Harbour … typically Lembeh 😉

 

  1. 03/05/2012 at 3:45 PM

    Although am not a big fan of diving, I love sea creatures as am fascinated about them and these are some really interesting photos. I would have liked to see how these sea creatures behave in real life. Perhaps next time you can record a video during one of your diving expeditions and post it on your blog. This would certainly make your blog more exciting to read.

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