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  • 1 # Date: 2012-06-10 - 11:17
  • # Max Depth: 28m Duration: 32mins
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  • Dive type : Training, Deep dive, Drift, Wreck
  • Water: Salt
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  • Weights: 8 kg
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Dive Profile

  • 1. Nitrox 36
  • 10L Aluminium     3500 → 950 bar
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  • Average depth: m
  • 2. Air
  • 0L Steel
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  • Average depth: 0m
  • SAC: 0.0 bar/min
  • RMV: 0.0 L/min
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Species Identified

Epinephelus itajara (Lichtenstein, 1822) (Giant grouper) The goliath grouper may be solitary or occur in groups of up to 50 or more individuals. Home range appears limited and the fish produces a booming sound when threatened by divers or large sharks. Variations of these voca...
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Caranx crysos (Mitchill, 1815) (Bluestripe jack) A schooling species generally not far from the coast . Juveniles often found in association with floating Sargassum . Feed on fishes, shrimps, and other invertebrates. Spawn offshore from January through August . Eggs ...
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Holacanthus ciliaris (Linnaeus, 1758) (queen angelfish) Found on coral reefs. Generally occurs solitarily or in pairs. Moves gracefully between seafans, seawhips, and corals . Stomach contents of 26 specimens indicate that the species feeds almost exclusively on sponges supp...
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Dasyatis americana Hildebrand and Schroeder, 1928 (stingaree) The southern stingray is an active swimmer that feeds primarily at night, on a diet of invertebrates and small fishes. They feeding by flapping their wing-like pectoral fins to disturb the sand, and expose their prey . T...
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