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The Dusky Whaler sharks are back

Dusky Whaler

The dive site

Roughies hiding under a ledge

Freediver

Mullet

Leaping Bonito

Dusky whaler

Dusky Whaler

Snorkellers love their sharks

It is long overdue but with a change in conditions this week, that has seen visibility increase to as good as it gets, the dusky whalers are back in numbers. 100 more words

Diving

Shellfish and Wrasse

There are always plenty of different wrasse in the reserve but today I encountered a mixture of different ones. The visibility has improved so much in the last few days that it was easy to spot things for the first time in two months. 71 more words

Diving

Spotlight on Cardinalfish

Plain Cardinalfish (Apogon apogonides)

White-Line Cardinalfish (Ostorhincus cavitiensis)

Sydney Cardinalfish (Apogon limenus)

Capricorn Cardinalfish

Ringtail Cardinalfish

Pink-breasted Siphonfish

Brooding eggs in the mouth

Spiny-eye Cardinalfish (Apogon fraenatus) … 165 more words

Diving

Comb Jelly feeding frenzy!

Bolinopsis comb jellyfish aggregation

Eagle ray

Juvenile Weedy Sea-dragon

Bolinopsis comb jellies

Tube Anemone

An aggregation of ctenophore (comb jellyfish) has arrived in the bay following the recent calmer conditions, providing a plentiful feeding opportunity for the large shoals of blackfish. 93 more words

Diving

Western Caribbean Cruise (Spring 2017)

Until recently we had never taken a cruise. Over the years I encountered several people who love to take cruises. So, we figured why not try just one cruise and see what it’s like.  1,500 more words

Vacation

What’s in the bag

Sadly underwater photography is somewhat tiresome when it comes to the amount of gear one needs to lug around.  At least if you move beyond the compact camera and polycarbonate housing options (which there is most certainly nothing wrong with!). 495 more words

Photography

A Quick Dip in the Aquifer!

By Jennifer Adler, National Geographic Young Explorer

The thermometer in my car read 45° F, yet every inch of my trunk was stuffed with life jackets, masks, and snorkels. 921 more words

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