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Animal Planet Nudibranch in HDTV The nudibranch to pertain to the molluscs.
24 Sep 2008
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A Nudibranch, (Magnificent Slug) on the artificial reef at Koh Weo, Bangtao, Near Kamala, in Phuket, Thailand. The beautiful nudibranch is climbing over an abandoned fish hook and swaying in the current on the artificial reef at Koh Weo. Koh Weo abounds with nudibranchs and is a great dive site, with a huge variety of marine life, only 25 minutes from Kamala Beach and suitable for all levels of diver. See *******www.kamala-diving**** or http//www.phuketdiversthailand****
21 Aug 2011
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The holotype of this nudibranch was collected at 30 m depth from Aphol's Rock, Maricaban Island, Tingloy, Batangas Province, Luzon Island, It is a common and widespread species which has been reported from Queensland, Australia; Malaysia; Indonesia and Okinawa, Japan but frequently mistaken for Hypselodoris bullocki or Hypselodoris apolegma.
21 Aug 2019
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Puerto Galera and its Macro
20 Nov 2006
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We've been looking deep into space with "The Beauty of Space" series, and now it's time to look under the ocean. These images come from coral reefs found in the worlds oceans...sometimes only a few feet below the surface. Notice the similarities in the structures found in these images with those found in space!
23 Nov 2007
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Amazing underwater creatures from an dive in Bunaken Indonesia.
13 Feb 2008
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Watch these wonderful photos of sea creatures captured at there best....
1 Jun 2008
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Richard of Matava does his best flatworm impersonation to The Critter Junction at Matava - Fiji's Premier Eco Adventure Resort
16 Jun 2009
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This little sea slug - known as the leaf sheep or, more formally, Costasiella kuroshimae - certainly is stunning. Bearing an uncanny resemblance to a cartoon land sheep, the leaf sheep is a species of sacoglossan sea slug that has the unusual ability to photosynthesize.
26 Aug 2019
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Scuba diving at the Medtridium Fields Location: Monterey, California Egg case of a large nudibranch (Dendronotus iris) next to a tube anemones
9 Nov 2006
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Beautiful and rarely seen underwater creatures in Bali, Indonesia. Nudibranch, Skeleton Shrimp, Blue Ring Octopus and many more..
20 Mar 2007
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Une jolie video à base d'images de l'aquarium de Noumea en Nouvelle Caledonie. Au menu coraux fluorescents, poissons clowns, nudibranches de toutes les couleurs ... Alors revez un peu. Clips en provenance de youvea
8 Oct 2009
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A Giant Moray Eel in the Tin Lizzy Wreck, at Bangtao Bay, Near Kamala, Phuket, Thailand. Tin Lizzy is a wreck of a Tin Dredger that sank 30 years ago and sits in just 14 metres. The Wreck is covered in Marine life such as Stonefish, scorpionfish, lionfish, barracuda, catfish and nudibranchs. Only 20 minutes from Kamala Beach See *******www.kamala-diving**** or *******www.phuketdiversthailand****
13 Aug 2011
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Have you ever been to the Monkey Beach Dive Site in Puerto Galera Philippines? If not, let me show you one of the most beautiful scuba diving site there is. The Monkey Beach. In this video you’ll see the awesome scenery underwater and understand why this is a perfect place to go scuba diving in Puerto Galera. The Monkey Beach dive site in Puerto Galera has a gradual slope to 18 meters in a sandy bottom, you will find a 20 feet long yacht laying on her port side and home for Anthias, Damselfish, Snapper, Batfish, Moorish Idol, Gobies and Basslets. Wrasses, Trigger, Puffer fish, Cods and Lionfish are also common in this area. Scorpion Fish and Nudibranch can also be seen along the hull. When the current is present, there are Sweetlips, common Jacks and Emperor Fish patrolling the area hunting for their prey. In mid-water, there are school of Fusiliers and Long Jawed Mackerel swimming randomly that makes this dive site more alive. Here at Monkey Beach a short drift over densely populated hard and soft coral reef can be done where, Banded Sea snake, Moray Eel, and Green Sea Turtle can also be part of your dive while cruising along. Generally, the current flow can be from east or Westside of this dive site bringing you further without exerting effort while kicking. If this is a site you would like to visit, BADLADZ Scuba Diving goes to this location as one of our dive spots in Puerto Galera. Cheers, Sean Book today at BADLADZ Adventure Resorts ===================================== BADLADZ Scuba Diving Muelle Pier, Puerto Galera 5203, Philippines Mobile +63 998 989 8485 Land Line +63 43 287 3184 ====================================== BADLADZ Dive Resort Muelle Pier, Puerto Galera 5203, Philippines Mobile +63 939 914 8819
9 Mar 2017
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The MV Alma Jane Express is a 60 ton, 32 meter steel-hulled cargo ship built in Japan in 1966. In March 2003 it was deliberately sunk off of small La Laguna Beach at 30 meters off the shore, creating the ultimate wreck diving site in Puerto Galera and to teach Nitrox courses. Sitting upright on the sandy bottom, the Alma Jane is now host to a large variety of marine life. Be sure to scout the bottom terrain for stone fish, mantis Shrimp and hermit crabs. Sweetlips, batfish, snapper, common jacks can be seen here also. Along the hull, you will find scorpion fish, lion fish and some nudibranch. Occasionally you will also find octopus, cuttle fish or moray eels hiding underneath the lower curve of the hull. Diving at the bottom of the Alma Jane Wreck dive site also gives you an amazing view of silhouette of the ship, especially the bow. MV Alma Jane Express, is one of the most popular dives in Puerto Galera. It is definitely a favorite amongst BADLADZ Scuba Diving dive staff! The skill level for this dive is ADVANCED. It is a perfect opportunity to do your PADI Advanced open water certification at BADLADZ Scuba Diving in Puerto Galera. It is excellent for deep, wreck and wreck penetration dive training. Cheers, Sean
20 Mar 2017
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