Critters at Lembeh Tag

Lembeh Strait's Weirdest Critters

Are you planning to head to the Lembeh Strait for your next diving holiday? Are you looking forward to the rare and unusual marine life which resides there? The Lembeh Strait is home to a host of critters which live on it's black sand slopes and...

Cephalopods of the Lembeh Strait

Do you know exactly what a cephalopod is? Does the term cover everything with arms and tentacles? The name cephalopod is derived from Greek with “Cephalo” meaning head and “Pod” meaning foot. This is because all cephalopods have large heads which house their brains and...

April Fool – with the Mimic Octopus

This month we have been thinking about aquatic April Fools and the “Critter King of Confusion” award goes to the mimic octopus (Thaumoctopus mimicus). This master of mimicry is famous for its ability to fool other critters with Oscar worthy displays and impersonations but how...

Hairy Frogfish Aren’t Hairy!

  This month we are focusing on frogfish and we know that every muck diver, underwater photographer and critter aficionado loves the hairy frogfish but did you know that they don’t actually have any hairs? This incredible critter is full of surprises! Check out these 10...