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Fluo Diving at Lembeh Resort

Have you tried fluo diving? For divers and underwater photographers some of the best dives are the ones with the most color – whether it’s colors on the reef, the corals or the brightly colored fish and critters. If you …

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Critters of the Lembeh Strait – The Paddle-flap scorpionfish (Rhinopias eschmeyeri)

Rhinopias belong to the scorpionfish family and are native to the tropical western Indo-Pacific. Like all scorpionfish, they have venomous spines and prefer to rest on the bottom, occasionally walking or ‘hopping’ by pushing off with their pelvic and pectoral …

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Critters of the Lembeh Strait | Episode 13 – 2016 | 2016 Highlights

This highlights of 2016 video is a spectacular fireworks-like display of the brightest and best critters in Lembeh. Pulsating blue-ringed octopuses fall upon their crustacean prey, an iridescent bobbit worm shimmering with rainbow colors waits patiently for a meal and a vast array …

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Critters of the Lembeh Strait | SEA WARS – Blue-ring Octopus

Did you know that blue-ring octopuses cannot tell the sex of other blue-rings at first sight? They have to feel the other one first in order to be able to figure it out. An encounter can be witnessed in this …

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Mantis Shrimp Presentation

Here at Critters@Lembeh we encourage our guides to give short presentations to our guests. Not only it is a way to share knowledge, it is also a great way to interact with our guests. Guides are free to choose whichever topic …

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