Jim Clinkenbeard returned to Lembeh recently. In his 5th stay with us, he encountered the Mimic Octopus, Wonderpus, and Tiger Shrimp, to name a few. Click through the gallery below to see some of the best shots from Jim.
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Female octopus births about 200,000 eggs (depending on species) at a single time. She carries and protects these eggs while continuing to feed. Once the eggs hatch, the mother is left weakened from the constant care she has given her …Read More
It’s rare that we get guests from Dubai, but we were happy to have Jonny, Charlie, Nikki, and Daniel. The group had a great time here with Lembeh Resort and Critters@Lembeh, enjoying the muck diving and the change of climate. …Read More
November was a terrific month of diving at Lembeh Resort. Our guides were at their best and found loads of rare and exotic creatures. It wasn’t just a good month for critters though, it was also a good …Read More
This week we had three boats of divers spot Blue Ring Octopus. One boat saw two Blue Rings, and the other two boats also saw Mimic Octopus, Algae Octopus and a Wonderpus with eggs! It was also a …Read More