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Underwater Photo Location: Jahir I

Underwater Photo Location: Jahir I

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A muck site rich in critters, black sandy slope that continues down to 26 m.
Night dive is very nice lot of critters.
Facts about Jahir I
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
nitrox

Photo facilities
macro

by Rebai Patrick
Baby Zebrida Adamsii

by Robert Pooley
Coconut or Veined Octopus

by Marchione Giacomo
Flabellina Nikon D800E , 105 micro Nikon, twin strobo Lembeh strait

by Marchione Giacomo
Strange couple Nikon d800E, 105 micro Nikon, twin strobo Lembeh strait

by Marteyne Van Well
A lucky shot of a pygmy squid having caught a shrimp. Taken at Jahir I in Lembeh Strait with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III, EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM lens with +5 diopter and one strobe

by Francis Lau
OMG...Hairy Nudibranch Well-Camouflaged, amazing!

by Luke Gordon
A tiny juvenile Giant Frogfish plays model

by Twila M
Frogfish, 2016, Critters, divesite:Jahir1, Diving, Indonesia, Lembeh, LembehResort, September, Sulawesi

by Marchione Giacomo
Duo ribbon eel Nikon D800E , 105 macro , two strobo

by Luke Gordon
The Dance Off

by Luke Gordon
Flathead Portrait

by Luke Gordon
Grump

by Marchione Giacomo
Chromodoris . Nikon D800E,105mm macro , snoot Retra +Inon Z240
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