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The Hunter and the Hunted


Tomato Rock Cod hunting small fish. It is also known to participate in cooperative hunting
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Underwater Photo Location: Ras Gohzlani - Ras Mohammed National Park - Sharm el Sheikh

Underwater Photo Location: Ras Gohzlani - Ras Mohammed National Park - Sharm el Sheikh

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Very quiet dive site with sandy bottom
Facts about Ras Gohzlani - Ras Mohammed National Park - Sharm el Sheikh
  • It is in Egypt
  • Ras Gohzlani - Ras Mohammed National Park - Sharm el Sheikh is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 50+ Metres 160+ Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
dayboatwalldrift

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksdolphinsturtlescoralstinging

Diving facilities
airnitroxguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglefilmpfriendly

by Cinzia Bismarck
An U.F.O. in the Red Sea (Undefined Floating Object) Squid eggs

by Cinzia Bismarck
"NUDI"

by Cinzia Bismarck
Sleeping on the rock Arothron stellatus No Stobes

by Cinzia Bismarck
CRYPTIC WRITINGS Salp

by Jose Maria Abad Ortega
Plectropomus leopardus grouper Red Sea 2003 Shot with Fujifilm VELVIA 100 ASA film and Nikon F60 with Nikkor 60 mms macro and Subtronic Alpha pro macro strobe F32 1/125
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