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  • # Date: 2011-08-09 - 12:00
  • # Max Depth: 25m Duration: 38mins
Diver's Notes

Good dive with the vis down a little from the first first dive but with an additional nudi, maybe a Spanish dancer. It was pretty big and the right shape, but I didn't get a torch on it to see if it went the right colour. Went to find the bullsharks but didn't find them.

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  • Temp: Bottom 21°C
  • Dive type : Recreational, Wreck
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Species Identified

Laticauda colubrina SCHNEIDER 1799 (Colubrine or yellow-lipped sea krait)
Aipysurus laevis Lacépède, 1804 (Olive Sea Snake)
Caranx ignobilis (Forsskål, 1775) (Giant trevally) Pelagic over sand and rock . Adults occur singly and inhabit clear lagoon and seaward reefs . Juveniles found in estuaries. Feed on crustaceans and fishes at night . Large individuals may be ciguatoxic. The largest t...
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Gnathanodon speciosus (Forsskål, 1775) (Golden trevally) Occur in deep lagoon and seaward reefs where they feed by rooting for crustaceans and other invertebrates in the sand. Also feed on small fishes. Small juveniles live among the tentacles of jellyfish . Form schools. No...
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Epinephelus lanceolatus (Bloch, 1790) (Giant grouper) The largest bony fish found in coral reefs . Common in shallow waters. Found in caves or wrecks; also in estuaries. Individuals more than a meter long have been caught from shore and in harbors. Juveniles secretive in ...
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