Dive pics from Apo Island

First let me show you several different species of my favourite fish – the anemone fish:

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I have no clue what this is but it definitely looked funny…

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This small fish was hard to see (and hard to photograph as well…) He did hide well.

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More starfish…

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More stonefish…

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That one was really hanging like this… 🙂

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And here are a couple of the nudibranches we saw today. They are a fascinating species.. It is funny because when we dove and Wenny (our guide) pointed in this direction I thought he pointed at this black and white thing in the middle of the pic. Only when I downloaded the pic I saw the nudibranch to the left…. 😀

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Been told at dinner that this is not a nudibranch but a crawling see-urgin (Seegurke):

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But these are real nudibranches… 😉

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When Wenny showed this one to us (it was crawling in the sand) I thought it was black – detected only on the laptop that it is not.

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The black/blue/white ones were the ones we saw most….

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That one is a beauty – isn’t she?

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Maybe I should have censored that one… 😀

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Tomorrow morning I will skip the first dive since I haven’t really seen anything of the ressort and the beach yet. So – if it stops raining (which has been going on for the past 3 hours) I am going to take some overwater pics… Might give you some overwater pics from Apo Island tomorrow as well. Just haven’t downloaded the ones from the DSRL yet.

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