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Underwater Photo Location: Koh Bon, Thailand

Underwater Photo Location: Koh Bon, Thailand

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Koh Bon ridge is famous for the Manta rays that turn up every year from Jan-May for the mating season
Facts about Koh Bon, Thailand
  • It is in Thailand
  • Koh Bon, Thailand is in the Andaman Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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Marine Life

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by Spencer Finn
Shot with a 12mm lens in Koh Bon, Thailand. The Manta's have been here since Jan

by Patrick Neumann
Manta @ Koh Bon in black & white

by Jorn Ari
Amazing Manta. More photos:

by Kaye Smith
"Manta and Me 1975" Photo taken by Adriano Trapani, at Koh Bon, Thailand of me and a Giant Manta. I added an "old Photo" effect.

by Tim Ho
Compact Camera - no strobes & no flash lense used, no PS or LR editing done...

by Adriano Trapani
Partner shrimp on pincushion starfish - close up. Canon G10, Canon housing, dual strobe YS27DX UN wet MACRO lens x6 magnification 1/500 f 8

by Maria Machin
Glorious Manta, Koh Bon

by Tanakit Suwanyangyaun

by Stuart Ganz
Koh Bon Manta
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