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 Crunch and Munch 
A massive Loggerhead enjoying some lunch.
By Chase Darnell
posted 05:20 CST Today (within the last hour)
This Sea spider really was in my wish list  And I wanted to see more details on his  face  or some behavior moments. Here I took the shot when he was eating holding his food with his claws.
By Iyad Suleyman
posted 00:15 CST Today (5 hours ago)
Nudibranch Pokemon
By Iyad Suleyman
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Kimbe Bay  PNG. Walls and Coral Fields... a Diver s Paradise.
By Tony Cherbas
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016
 The Ambassador  Sea snakes are similar to divers  they rise to the surface and go below back to the reefs. As divers we have to be ambassadors for the ocean  spread awareness and inform everyone about the oceans. This image symbolizes that.
By Conor Culver
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Small fish on Gorgonia near Bunaken Island
By Mathias Weck
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Underwater Photo Location: Red Coral Reef

Underwater Photo Location: Red Coral Reef

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Red Coral Reef is a dive that you can stay just about as long as you like. It is only 10 meters deep so your deco time is a gift from god:) also since it is not deep the colors shout out at you and it is one of the few places in the med you can see the red coral. It is located right off St Julians. We had gone with one of the dive shops in St Julians (Neptunes Dive Center).
They have a dive boat and it only took us 5 min from the base to get there. If you like colors this will be the dive for you!


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Facts about Red Coral Reef
  • It is in Malta
  • Red Coral Reef is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
dayboatcavewallnight

Marine Life
bigsmallturtlescoral

Diving facilities
airinstructionfriendly

Photo facilities
pfriendly

by Jeannot Kuenzel
This is a Skeleton Shrimp (Caprella) in its natural environment. They are very, very tiny little aliens, only about 3mm in length. This one was found at a depth of approx. 8m on a mooring line in Malta. I used a self-made darkfield flash.
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