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Underwater Photo Location: Lighthouse, Nha Trang Vietnam

Underwater Photo Location: Lighthouse, Nha Trang Vietnam

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Prolific Nudis & Flatworms (one after the other) at 25-40 mtrs. Extreme thermoclines as temperature constantly shifts 5-10 degrees with normal temp at 23-26 celsius. Visibility on a good day at 15-25 mtrs. Surface conditions can be very rough and unpredictable underwater current starting after lunch. Beyond nudis, occasional Mantis shrimps, Octopus Vulgaris, Pufferfish big and small, Big Eye travelly and some schools of small fish.
Facts about Lighthouse, Nha Trang Vietnam
  • It is in Vietnam
  • Lighthouse, Nha Trang Vietnam is in the South China 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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