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Anemonefishes are specialised damselfishes that have adapted to living in a symbiotic relatonship with anemones  to such extent that they are rarely seen away from their host. Here you can see Maldives own anemonefishes
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Underwater Photo Location: Tubbataha Marine Park

Underwater Photo Location: Tubbataha Marine Park

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Probably the best sopt to dive in the Philippines. Mainly walls with unbelievable corals and sponges. Lots of pelagics and schools.
Facts about Tubbataha Marine Park
  • It is in Philippines
  • The typical depth is 0-50 Metres 0-160 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboardwall

Marine Life
bigsharksturtlescoralshoals


Photo facilities
wideangle

by Steve De Neef
Smell this!!! A very curious Green Sea Turtle in Tubbataha.

by Joshua Tappert
Photographer and the Sea turtle Shot in Tubbataha, Southwestern Philippines.

by Joshua Tappert
Tubbataha Red Sea fan

by Joshua Tappert
Freefallin the wall. Dive Master Paul in Tubbataha. Azores Live-a-board in the background.

by Marylin Batt
The Lion Fish were incredibly docile and posed beautifully

by Marylin Batt
One of the Mantas from Tubbataha Marine park. Nikonos V .

by Marylin Batt
Manta soaring over Tubbataha Reef

by Marylin Batt
Green Sea Turtle just crusin along

by Marylin Batt
Lovely Hawksbill Turtle Just watching the tourists.

by Marylin Batt
Bat fish with it's friendly Bar Jack.

by Marylin Batt
Found this black and white nudi crawling across white sand, very beautiful and different, enjoy.

by Marylin Batt
Schooling Grunts flashing by.

by Marylin Batt
Eyes of a spotted rey

by Marylin Batt
Huge sponge complex at Tubbataha.

by Marylin Batt
Manta on a fly by

by Marylin Batt
Diver videoing wreck

by Kip Nead
From a trip to Tubbataha last summer, the first time I ever shot wide angle. It was a steep learning curve but by the end of the trip I got a few photos that I'm very happy with including this one.

by Marylin Batt
Sleeping Turtle

by Marylin Batt
Man do I have a headach

by Marylin Batt
Green Sea Turtle at Tubbataha Marine Sntuary

by Marylin Batt
Very friendly clown fish, all eyes

by Marylin Batt
Scorpion fish with beautiful red accents against the white sand

by Nadya Kulagina
Planet Earth...

by Nadya Kulagina
Pristine corals of the Tubbataha reef

by Nadya Kulagina
Head Spinning

by Nadya Kulagina
Soaring

by Mathias Weck
Ups, what are you doing here?

by Mathias Weck
Turtle with diver

by Henley Spiers
Pristine reefs in Tubbataha

by Henley Spiers
Reef Magic in Tubbataha

by Henley Spiers
The most dangerous fish in the sea?

by Henley Spiers
Hawksbill Turtle Feeding Time

by Henley Spiers
Diver and School of Barracuda

by Henley Spiers
Midnight Snack Time

by Henley Spiers
Manta Magic

by Mathias Weck
Manta at Tubbataha

by Mathias Weck
Shark at Tubbataha reef

by Mathias Weck
Lion Fish with diver at Tubbataha reef

by Mathias Weck
White tip reef sharks at Tubbataha

by Mathias Weck
Malayan Wreck at Tubbataha

by Mathias Weck
Reef with diver at Tubbataha
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