• Photo by Rantje Allen

  • Photo by William Tan

  • Photo by Rantje Allen

  • Photo by William Tan

  • Photo by Rantje Allen

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Anemonefish Eggs: Look Them in the Eyes

Clarks anenomefish eggs RADiving in Gorontalo never ceases to amaze guests of Miguel’s Diving. The other day our dive master spotted a Clark’s anemonefish fanning a large patch of mature eggs in order to aerate them. Unlike the reddish eggs of Saddleback anemonefish, these are golden green. The photo shows the pair of eyes in each egg and sometimes an open mouth! Individual eggs are about the size of a pinhead. Click on the photo to see a large version of the photo.

Today, however, the highlight was on the larger size: a pod of 12 Risso’s dolphin, 9 Bumphead parrotfish, 1 White-spotted eagle ray, 1 Hawksbill turtle and 3 species of tuna!

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