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Underwater Photo Location: Baa

Underwater Photo Location: Baa

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Manthas
Facts about Baa
Dive types
freshwater

Marine Life
big

Diving facilities
nitrox

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Paolo Schiavina
The Kiss

by Hamid Rad
A dance. Hanifaru bay / Maldives

by Cangemi Paul
Wall in the South of Baa Atoll

by Zaid Al Sager
Diver preparing an inflatable beacon during stormy (low visibility) weather to be located by surrounding boats

by Alberto Gallucci
Platax

by Pietro Cremone
EYE IN THE SKY - A jellyfish shot in a particular angle resembles an eye!

by Pietro Cremone
SMILE! A playful parrotfish seem to smile at my dome

by Chris Rodrigues
Manta Ray in Hanifaru Bay, Baa Atoll taken with Olympus TG1. The sun appeared through the clouds causing the mantas reflection while this gentle giant glided past me.

by Pietro Cremone
Crowded condominium. A very busy anemone with a school of clownfishes.

by Pietro Cremone
Jelly world

by Pietro Cremone
A huge school of jellow snappers

by Marchione Giacomo
Mantas and model Nikon d800e, 10,5MM Two strobo sea and sea 120Ys 120 ys Dharavandhoo Island . Maldives

by Pietro Cremone
Batfish school

by Pietro Cremone
Big parrotfish resting

by Pietro Cremone
Cleaning time - A manta at the cleaning station

by Pietro Cremone
Manta rays at cleaning station

by Pietro Cremone
School of batifish

by Pietro Cremone
Manta ray

by Pietro Cremone
Face to face with a Manta ray

by Pietro Cremone
Blue tang

by Pietro Cremone
Parrot fish with guest

by Pietro Cremone
Open mouths

by Pietro Cremone
Parrotfish at night

by Pietro Cremone
Manta dance

by Pietro Cremone
WTF..????

by Marchione Giacomo
Blue stripers . Maldives Nikon D800E , 16mm , two strobo

by Marchione Giacomo
Dharavandhoo. Maldives manta ray Nikon D800E , two strobo

by Joerg Blessing
Octopus posing on a night dive under the jetty, Baa Atoll

by Igor Tarasevich
The boss of underwater - Jack Fish! Blue fin trevally

by Igor Tarasevich
Can you see a fish on this picture? Scorpaenidae (also known as the scorpionfish) very well camouflaged, venomous, dangerous, and even fatal to humans. It is one of the most venomous fish known.

by Igor Tarasevich
Tridacna - is a genus of large saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in the subfamily Tridacninae, the giant clams.Have heavy shells, fluted with 4 to 6 folds.Can weigh more than 200 kilograms nd have an average lifespan in the wild of over 100 yr

by Igor Tarasevich
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

by Igor Tarasevich
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