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Did you know that the blue ringed octopus is one of the most dangerous inhabitants found in the ocean  Here is a mating pair photographed in Lembeh strait  Indonesia.
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Spider crab on the blooming corals.
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Shorthorn sculpin  Myoxocephalus scorpius with eggs  Zeeland  The Netherlands.
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Xyrichtys novacula
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One of only 2 spider crabs in South African waters.It derives its name from the red markings around its mouth
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Crash Boat Puerto Rico

   Puerto Rico  Caribbean Sea
Crash Boat offer many marine live surprises

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Double D, French Cay

   Turks and Caicos islands  Caribbean Sea
Two big coral heads around the mooring that attract lots of marine life to the area. Often find common octupus out in the daytime. The wall is a south heading from the mooring line about 50 feet.

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Sea of Cortez

   Mexico  Sea Of Cortés /Gulf of California
Dive trip from Club Cantamar

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Kuredu Shore

   Maldives  Indian Ocean
Very good for diferent level diving

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   Tonga  Pacific
Dive Vava'u in Tonga. Highly recommended services. The highlight is whale watching and swimming with Humpbacks.

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S. Miguel - Azores

   Portugal  Atlantic (European coastal)
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   Portugal  Atlantic (European coastal)
We can find many nudibranchs on this Island

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Sodwana Bay, Sodwana Bay National Park

   South Africa  Mozambique Channel
Boat entry, rough launches, lots of charters to choose from. Always early morning starts
Selection of reefs: 2 mile, 5 mile, 7 mile and 9 mile - these are the distances from shore (boat ride).
Varying depths, lots of variety of reefs, amazing marine life.
Viz can be an issue as the current and swell can pick up considerably with changing winds etc., but always a challenge and lots of fun. Not for the faint-hearted.

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S. Miguel Azores

   Portugal  Atlantic (European coastal)
By Plane is 2 hours from Lisbon to arrive at S.Miguel airport. Here you can find a few dive schools to whom you can arrange a dive trip. At S.miguel Island you can find many dive sites where you can take great pictures. This one was taken above a wreck called "Dori". Other dive sites you can find, with a little lick, some Mantas and sharks near by.

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Brothers Islands

   Egypt  Red Sea
2 Wrecks Numidia and Aida, Sharks

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Sandy beach, Oahu

   United States  Pacific
The cliffs off halona blow hole go from cliff to 15 feet to 40 feet to 100 feet. Approximately cliff to 100 feet within 200 feet from shore. Hard to get in and out if any swell is apparent. I saw a Manta ray last time I dove there.

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Roseau Dominica dive site Pointe Guignard

   Dominica  Gulf Of Mexico
The diving in Dominica is fantastic, once you finally make it to the island. Dive Dominica was great. The dive masters are very familuar with the different dive sites. This site, Pointe Guignard was an easy dive. I was swimming along taking photos of many marine creatures when I spotted an open white sandy area at about 55 feet depth and something swimming in circles on the sand. As I approached, I saw that it was 2 critters swimming around each other. I slowly approached and descended to the bottom and laid flat on my belly on the sand. I inched closer and closer until I was about 4 feet from the fish, 2 flying gurnards. They were oblivious to my approach. I was able to get several photos and was trying to move closer when some other divers moved in and the fish abruptly swam away.

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Captain Cook Monument

   United States  Pacific
Took a day boat to monument, snorkeling was excellent. Porpoise and lots of marine life and coral. Worth a half day of fun with the kids.

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Islas de san bernardo

   Colombia  Caribbean Sea
great wather temperature!

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Back of the reef

   Australia  Indian Ocean
Take a kayak off the back of the reef and get lucky with some of the most amazing creatures in the ocean, drift along and see whalesharks, mantas and whales....

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Crescent Bay, Laguna Beach, CA

   United States  Pacific
I can't really say much about this location for I have only dove here once. I can say, however, that you really need to be physically fit and have absolutely no problem with having to suit up at the top of the hill (which is where you park you car) and walk down (with all your gear on) either the paved service road (which is really long and steep), or the stairs that are directly next to the service road (which are the same steepness and length as the service road) to reach the beach. This is really the only way to access the beach by foot. At the end of the service road/stairs, there are well kept mens/womens bathrooms and external showers (one for your whole body, and two for your feet). The showers are quite convenient because you can rinse off all the sand you picked up from getting out of the water and you can give a light rinse to your gear. I give it 4/5 stars. Would be 5/5 if there were an escalator :) On a good day, the viz would be about 20 feet. However, when a storm is on the way, expect 60+!

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   South Africa  Atlantic (African coastal)
This is one of the areas we dive/snorkel during the Sardine Run

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Mboyti, Wildo coast

   South Africa  Atlantic (African coastal)
During the yearly Sardine Run we will always see a few Humpback breaching. There is no real Dive Sites names during SArdine Run

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1/4 Mile Reef, Sodwana, South Africa

   South Africa  Indian Ocean
This dive is led by a professional Natal Sharks Board sharkdiver DM.
The female raggies circle this reef durign their gestation period.
The depth of the reef is around 18m
Other large types often spotted in this area include guitar sharks, Manta Rays and other rays
Rubberduck (Pontoon boat) launch

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SICCHITELLO point, Ustica island

   Italy  Tyrrhenian Sea
There are many diving centers

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