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  1. Modest Snapping Shrimp

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    After diving here in Lembeh for over two years, pretty much every day, I did not know these shrimp existed. Some of our divers came back form a dive this week and I saw a photo one of them had…

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    • Tarsier Spectrum - The World's Smallest Primate

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      This tiny little primate is found in South East Asia. I saw these ones in Tangkoko National Park, in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. The are the world's smallest primate and the world's cutest…

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      • Bumpy Dendrodoris with Emperor Shrimp

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        This week we were diving at Jahir 2, one of our great muck sites. It the midst of the expanse of black featureless sand Jenly, our trainee dive guide, spotted a very cool and interesting nudi, a Bumpy…

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        • Harlequin Sweetlips - juvenile in slo mo

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          These wonderful juvenile Harlequin Sweetlips are known to to divers all over South East Asia. There name derives from the fact that there big lips are considered a very tasty delicacy, though I prefer…

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          • Tiger Mantis - Digging Foundations

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            Many Mantis Shrimp live in burrows in the sand. We swim over many every day, but never give a thought as to how these wonderful crustaceans actually go about creating their lairs. We see them in their…

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            • Phyllodesmium poindimiei - Strange Insides

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              This is a Phyllodesmium poindimiei . I found it around 20m deep, moving along the sand. What made is really stand out was what I saw as I started to take some extreme close up shots. As you can…

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              • Coral Cardinalfish - Male Pregnancy

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                It's a well known fact the male seahorses incubate their fertilised eggs. It is also fairly well known that male Jawfish incubate their fertilised eggs in their mouths. It is much less known…

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                • Brown-Lined Paperbubble - Hydatina physis

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                  This has to be one of the most beautiful molluscs we get. It is circumtropical, but this is the first one I've seen in Lembeh. It is about 5cm long and it was a pleasure to watch this wonderful…

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                  • Red Bumpy Gymnodoris eats another nudibranch

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                    Beautiful but deadly!!! These stunning orange nudibranchs harbor an evil secret....they eat other nudibranchs alive!!! While most other nudis munch on algae, hydroids and other such stuff,…

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                    • Green Melibe Feeding

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                      These large nudibranchs are carnivorous and have a great way of feeding. They throw their 'head', an oval veil, in front of them, and using hairs around the edge, attempt to scoop up…

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                      • Orangutan Crab - Achaeus japonicus

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                        These wonderful little crabs are one of the most aptly named crabs we get here in Lembeh. Orangutan (Orang Utan) literally means 'man of the forest' in Indonesian, and these crabs really…

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                        • Stimpson's Snapping Shrimp

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                          These shrimp are not super rare, but are very very rarely seen. The reason for this is that they live underneath Crinoids. Crinoids, or Feather Stars (as they are also known) are echinoderms. There…

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