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Creature Feature

It is always incredible on a night dive to see a Spanish Dancer; we don’t mean a lady in frills with a set of castanets, we mean the stunning nocturnal red sea slug. As one of the largest reported nudibranchs some have reached lengths of up to 40cm’s. Its latin and...

Creature Feature … The masked butterfly fish

With the Royal Wedding grabbing headlines across Europe it seems only appropriate that this month’s creature feature stars one of our few Red Sea inhabitants which mate for life; the masked butterfly fish or Chaetodon semilarvatus. Identified easily by its distinctive...

Creature Feature – Puffer Fish

According to the laws of physics they say the bumble bee can not fly…yet it does. When I look at the puffer fish it always reminds me of these strange buzzing bugs. They are cumbersome and move with an endearing awkward wiggle. It is due to this lack of...

Creature Feature…you see them, but do you know about them?

Football psychic, delicious with black pepper and lemon, or great to see on a dive, whatever your opinion on the octopus, one thing is certain, there is a lot more to out 8 legged friends than meets the eye. The octopus is a type of mollusc, the same family as clams...

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