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  • 2 # Date: 2011-09-16 - 13:06
  • # Max Depth: 11m Duration: 35mins
Diver's Notes

Better dive than the first one.
So that many different fish species I can't remember them all.
Highlight was a thumb thick bright yellow moray eel inside a tubular sponge. Lots of large PJs and a few Sea Dragons

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  • Dive type : Recreational
  • Temp: Surf 20°C Bottom 17°C
  • Visibility: Average Water: Salt
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Species Identified

Gymnothorax prasinus (Richardson, 1848) (Yellow moray) Stays in holes and crevices. Feeds mainly on crabs and fish .
Heterodontidae (Bullhead, horn, or Port Jackson sharks)
Cyttus australis (Richardson, 1843) (boarfish) Occurs on the continental shelf and slope .

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