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Underwater Photo Location: Zurrieq

Underwater Photo Location: Zurrieq

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Down in 30 m is a very small entrance in a very nice cave full with crayfishes and fishes!
Facts about Zurrieq
  • It is in Malta
  • Zurrieq is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
shorecavedrift

Marine Life
big

Diving facilities
friendly


by Stefan Heer
Crayfish hidden in a cave. Is showing his best pose!

by Carmel Cutajar
Taken by sony hdrhc1 camera mode

by Michel Lonfat
Diving the Um El Faroud on the Island of Malta. A beautiful Wreck... :O) ...

by Alan Mizzi
Nice Sized Scorpion Fish

by Alan Mizzi
Very friendly yellow patched grouper.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
An unknown species of plankton. I actually found this by chance, since it could only be seen when lit from the side or from behind - as it is fully see-through and only 2cm long...

by Jeannot Kuenzel
This is probably what a crab sees when it looks down its arms... Did you know that these hairs can pick up water movement as small as the equivalent of the energy of a few photons (much like the body-hair on spiders). :o

by Jeannot Kuenzel
A Mediterranean Bobtail Squid in its near-perfect stealth mode. They use their arms and suckers to cover themselves with sand and debris. When their pray gets close, they shoot up and catch it. Did u know that they emit bio-luminescence?

by Jeannot Kuenzel
This is Oceanic Art - the tail of a juvenile Slipper-lobster glows in beautiful colors, just before he propels himself out of sight with a couple of contractions.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
Look at me! The eye of a John Dori, looking at his reflection in the lens. The JD actually stopped and stayed motionless, staring at his reflection for about a minute...

by Jeannot Kuenzel
This baby Bobtail Squid came quite close, investigating the Alien intruders, visiting his world. Did you know that a Bobtail Squid is emitting just enough bio-luminescence towards the sea-floor to make him invisible against the surface?

by Victor Micallef
Just chillin'

by Victor Micallef
Detail of a fanworm

by Victor Micallef
detail of a jelly fish

by Victor Micallef
Hanging on. A hermit crab hanging on to a strand of posedonia

by Victor Micallef
Funnel of Um El Farud.

by Christian Llewellyn
Juvenile Moray Eel - Night dive Zurieq - Malta

by Victor Micallef
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