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Underwater Photo Location: Wied Iz-Zurrieq

Underwater Photo Location: Wied Iz-Zurrieq

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One of the best dive sites on the Maltese islands
Facts about Wied Iz-Zurrieq
  • It is in Malta
  • Wied Iz-Zurrieq is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
shorewreckcavewallnight

Marine Life
small


Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Simon Theuma
All Stop - Prop of the Um El Farud Zurrieq Malta, covered with colourful sponges.

by Mike Clark
hermit crab and anemone

by Michel Lonfat
Beautiful caves of Malta Island.

by Joseph Azzopardi
Always pepsi cola. canon 30D Ds125 strobe and normal lens.

by Joseph Azzopardi
resting. night dive photo

by Nadya Kulagina
An impressive 109 meter long giant laying on the sand bed off the coast of Malta near Blue grotto.

by Alan Mizzi
Mottled Grouper

by Elaine White
Stairway to the next deck on the UmEl Faroud. Converted to Black and White

by Jeannot Kuenzel
The markings on the face of the Seahorse (Hippocampus hippocampus) are unique to the individual and can be used to identify single characters around a dive site.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
Like a precious gem, the eye of the Lizard Fish glows in the light of the torch in the most beautiful of colors.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
Like a butterfly of the deep, a tiny flatworm takes flight and climbs towards the surface in a mesmerizing dance.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
With a size of just over 4mm, this Skeleton Shrimp is nearly invisible to the naked eye. These amazing creatures pack a mighty punch, when they use their razor-sharp blades to catch prey.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
With a size of just over 4mm, this Skeleton Shrimp is nearly invisible to the naked eye. As you can see in this picture, it is not hard to see where Hollywood get their inspirations for Alien movies...

by Jeannot Kuenzel
It's all over for this little bugger... Caught by an Anemone, he will be digested right there, in that see-through stomach...

by Patrik Engstrom
The Um El Faroud Malta
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