The star of this video is the blue-ring octopus (Hapalochlaena sp.), infamous for its deadly venomous bite and loved for its photogenic appearance and pulsating rings. This video lets you get up close and personal, showing the tiny blue-ring octopus …READ MORE »
The Lembeh Strait can rival even the biggest rock legend’s after party when it comes to sex, muck and rock and roll!!
Sex in the Lembeh Strait? Oh yes, the critters in Lembeh aren’t always discreet when it comes to making …READ MORE »
The hairy frogfish (Antennarius striatus) has a rounded body and its skin is covered with spinules resembling hairs. These spinules can be copious and long or very short and almost invisible. As with all frogfish, its expandable mouth allows it …READ MORE »
Lembeh’s dive sites might be underwater playgrounds for divers but for the critters that inhabit them it’s a case of survival of the fittest against predators. This fingered dragonet (Dactylopus dactylopus) lost its battle to the gracile lizardfish (Saurida gracilis), …READ MORE »
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