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Fish Facts: Moray Eels

Moray eels are a firm favourite of divers, who love to encounter anything from the enormous giant moray, to the small but colourful ribbon eel.  Usually hiding in a hole or crevice during the day, they are nocturnal creatures who come out to hunt at night, when their...

Fish Facts: Leaf Scorpionfish

The leaf fish is a master of masquerade. It relies on its unusual shape (it is flattened from side to side) and its behaviour (it will rock from side-to-side or back and forth) to mimic a piece of plant material resting on the sea floor. The leaf scorpionfish will...

Fish Facts: Spotted Garden Eel

Every diver usually remembers their first garden eel encounter. You are swimming near the edge of the reef, over the sandy bottom, and you see a grassy area at the limit of your vision. As you move closer to the grass, it begins to shrink and eventually disappear! It...

Fish Facts: Frogfish

Frogfish – also known as anglerfish – are one of those weird & wonderful underwater inhabitants that divers simply love to discover. In addition to their superb camouflage, their incredible variety of colour and texture make them fascinating to observe, while...

Fish Facts: Dugongs

One of the special creatures we have here in the Komodo National Park is the dugong. Dugongs, also known as “sea cows”, are a close relative of the manatee. Population of dugongs in the sea decreased drastically in the previous century because of the chemical...