Survival of the Fittest in the Lembeh Strait

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), which struck with such lightening speed that the dragonet never...
Critters of the Lembeh Strait | July Highlights

July's highlights include some very unusual footage, even for Lembeh where the rare and strange are commonplace. A fingered dragonet being eaten by a lizardfish was spotted by one of our sharp-eyed guides and luckily Photo Pro Sascha was there to film the fascinating process. Other cool critters you'll see in...
In the Spotlight: Underwater Videography Workshop Day 6

 It’s the final day of Sascha’s first ever, exclusive underwater videography workshop here in Lembeh and our participants have had an exceptional week of diving and filming in the Strait. Some of the highlights (just a few) have included;[reveal align="left" width="100%" title="Day 6 event and update"]Donald duck shrimp, pygmy pipehorse,...