Sharks or Damselfish... I love them all! This is a Headband Humbug, a coral Reef dweller found in the Indo Pacific which grows up to a max size of 8cm or so! Love their blue coloured lips! #damselfish#dascyllusreticulatus
Christmas—Tree Worms (Spirobranchus Giganteus). This species, which belongs to the Serpulidae family, is one of the most beautiful and colorful reef animals.
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Video & words by @timmckenna - Just hatched and already figthing for his life Bumped into this little fellow while walking up the beach to go for a surf this morning in Tamarindo . He got smashed in the waves close to shore but he finally managed to get out as the tide was right. I did follow him out just to make sure . All the best buddy #discoverocean
Diving gives a feeling of total freedom and weightlessness like no other. Allowing you to breathe under water and experience a new world beneath the waves! Learn how what its like to take the first steps to becoming an open water diver from our latest blog (link in our bio)
Manta showing off its belly - did you know that a manta ray's markings on its belly stay the same their entire lives? Every pattern is unique, which means each individual manta can be identified by its belly pattern alone. This identification can be used for research purposes to track manta's movements etc... Or just for fun so that you know who you are swimming with!
You haven't lived until you've swum or dived alongside the world's largest fish - not many things on Earth can make you feel so humbled. Let's all do our bit to keep wastage, plastic use and energy consumption to a minimum! Protect our oceans and ensure that these animals can survive to be enjoyed and appreciated by future generations to come
Spotted this little beauty at a cleaning station off Coral Bay, Western Australia. Gorgeous Grey Reef Shark, unfortunately victim to a fishing hook and line caught in its mouth and wrapped around its pectoral fin. Such as shame to see these beautiful creatures being affected by human activity even in such protected areas of the world. Its not us that should fear sharks - the threat is purely one-sided!
Inquisitive young whale shark checking us out as some snorkelers swim in for a closer look - These harmless gentle giants can be so curious sometimes, this one was fascinated by the camera's dome port and kept swimming towards it. He'd probably spotted his reflection in the glass!