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  • 14 # Date: 2012-02-18 - 12:51
  • # Max Depth: 18.7m Duration: 45mins
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  • Temp: Surf 28°C Bottom 27°C
  • Visibility: Good Water: Salt
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  • Weights: 5 kg
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  • 1. Air
  • 15L Steel     200 → 60 bar
  • Average depth: 16m
  • SAC: 1.2 bar/min
  • RMV: 18.0 L/min
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Species Identified

Ginglymostoma cirratum (Bonnaterre, 1788) (Nurse shark) During the day the nurse shark is a sluggish animal, spending most of its time resting on sandy bottoms, or in crevices in rocks and coral reefs. Often several nurse sharks may congregate when resting, sometimes even pili...
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Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos (Bleeker, 1856) (Gray reef shark) Occurs on continental and insular shelves and oceanic waters adjacent to them . Common on coral reefs, often in deeper areas near drop-offs to the open sea, in atoll passes, and in shallow lagoons adjacent to areas of str...
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Gymnothorax favagineus Bloch & Schneider, 1801 (Laced moray) Inhabits reef flats and outer reef slopes of continental reefs . One of the two largest of Indo-Pacific morays. Often in holes with cleaner wrasses or shrimps . Feeds on cephalopods and small fishes . Large adults may be aggressive . Minimum depth reported taken from Ref. 30573.
Epinephelus tukula Morgans, 1959 (potato cod) Mainly found in deep reef channels and seamounts, in current prone areas . Juveniles may be found in tide pools . Feeds on reef fishes, skates, crabs, and spiny lobsters . Considered to be exceedingly territorial and ve...
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