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Look closely and you ll see the crab s  sails  deployed while feeding. A great contrast to the blue anemone on which it s perched.
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Grand Cayman   The compass on the Kittiwake  which is level to the seabed  shows just how much the Kittiwake is lying on its side.  Model  Alice Gostick
By Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
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Underwater Photo Location: Iles Medes

Underwater Photo Location: Iles Medes

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Mérou d'environ 90 cm se reposant sur l'aspérité d'un tombant.
Facts about Iles Medes
  • It is in Spain
  • Iles Medes is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.


Diving facilities
air


by André Bruchez
mérou se reposant! Shooté aux Iles Medes

by Daniel Strub
Dive buddy Dany "Bézole" at the dive site Dofi at he Medes

by Daniel Strub
Dive buddy Dany "Bézole" on our last dive at the Medes. :-D

by Daniel Strub
Our last dive at the Islas Medes ... great fun

by Daniel Strub
L'Estartit

by Oscar Miralpeix
Flabelina

by David Carbo
Simnia Spelta couple

by David Carbo
Octopus vulgaris

by David Carbo
The anglerfish's perfect camouflage

by David Carbo
A Medes Island's big grouper

by David Carbo
A Medes Island's big grouper with a lot of little fishes

by David Carbo
The Medes Islands friendly groupers with a diver

by David Carbo
Medes Islands gorgonians with diver

by David Carbo
Diving between big gorgonians of Medees islands

by David Carbo
Flabellina affinis with eggs

by Stefano Colombo
I was almost at the end of my dive when I spotted this little blenny in his hole . I slowly reached him and started taking pictures . When I saw it was confident enough to approach him more closely I noticed the parasites he was carrying

by Stefano Colombo
The group of fish in motion
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