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Underwater Photo Location: Malpelo Island

Underwater Photo Location: Malpelo Island

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Facts about Malpelo Island
  • It is in Colombia
  • Malpelo Island is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 50+ Metres 160+ Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types

Marine Life

Diving facilities

Photo facilities

by Carlos G. Munoz
Bunch of Barracudas. A large group of Barracudas quietly swimming in shallow waters. Photo taken at Malpelo Island, Eastern Tropical Pacific, 500km off Colombian Coast. Date: February 2010, at midday. Camera: Canon G10, no flash and no zoom.

by Carlos G. Munoz
Spiny Shelter. Juvenile grouper Dermatolepis dermatolepis lives between sea urchins groups. Photo taken at Malpelo Island, Colombian Pacific in February 2010. 15m depth (45ft) with a Canon G10.

by Afflitti Gianluca
sea ​​turtle

by Afflitti Gianluca

by Afflitti Gianluca
hammerhead shark

by Tobias Friedrich
"The Deathstar" - Makerels hunting in a big school of barracudas.

by Tobias Friedrich
Hammerhead Sharks.

by Rasmus Raahauge
Solitary Hammerhead Picture taken at La Nevera - Malpelo Island 2010

by Rasmus Raahauge
Hammertime at Malpelo

by Nikolaj Bekarslanov
Sailfin grouper
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