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  • 3 # Date: 2012-07-20 - 08:30
  • # Max Depth: 18m Duration: 48mins
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  • Dive type : Training
  • Visibility: Good Water: Salt
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  • Weights: 3 kg
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Chelonia mydas Linnaeus 1758 (Green Turtle) Green turtles are long-lived and may take up to 59 years to reach sexual maturity Undertaking tremendous feats of navigation, adults return to the same beach to breed each season, part of the population in Brazil astonish...
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Gymnothorax thyrsoideus (Richardson, 1845) (slender moray) Fairly common inhabitant of reef flats where it is usually encountered in shallow tidal pools. Often in shipwrecks; usually in pairs or small aggregations, and shares habitat with other morays .
Platax orbicularis (Forsskål, 1775) (Orbicular batfish) Live in shallow protected coastal waters to deep, somewhat silty habitats. Often with deep shipwrecks . Adults are found singly or in small groups and occasionally in large schools in some areas. Juveniles occur singly ...
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Amphiprion perideraion Bleeker, 1855 (False skunk-striped anemonefish) Inhabits lagoon and seaward reefs . Mainly diurnal. Non-burrowing. Monogamous . A protandrous hermaphrodite . Associated with the anemones: Heteractis magnifica , Heteractis crispa, Macrodactyla doreensis, and Sticho...
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Neotrygon kuhlii (Müller & Henle, 1841) (Bluespotted stingray) A solitary species found on sandy bottoms near rocky or coral reefs . Usually found in deeper water but moves onto the reef flat and into shallow lagoons at high tide . Occasionally covers itself with sand, leaving only ...
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