Loading content - please wait...
Life under the surface of the sea
A rare wind off the deep ocean brought unusual marine life right to the edge of Gorontalo’s reefs this week. During one surface interval between dives, guests watched inch-long baby barracudas, various swimming crabs and immature filefish. On a floating clump of Sargassum weed was an unusual nudibranch whose gills imitated the shape of weed bulbs. Clinging to another was a cute Sargassum frogfish. During a safety stop divers enjoyed a rarely seen 30-cm long jellyfishwith beautiful lavender tentacles. This photo was taken by Kaufik of belajardiving.com using a wide-angle lens just under the surface of the sea.
Sorry, comments are closed for this post.