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Red Sea - Worms and Molluscs

Here are some pictures of some strange things you might meet along the way whilst in the Red Sea.

Worms

Worms come in all shapes and sizes.

 

 

 

Octopus, Squid and Cuttlefish

It is quite unusual to see octopus, squid and cuttlefish. The cuttlefish were juvenile and caught on camera during a night dive.

 

 

 

 

Sea Slugs

Slugs are ting and normally cause quite a stir when they have been spotted. Always worth a picture. The most common type that we have seen is the Pyjama Chromodorid.

 

 

 

 

Snails and Clams

Snails and Clams can be seen on most dives. The mantle of the giant common clam and the giant fluted clam are very beautiful. The colours range from brown to iridescent blue. The cone shell potographed here during a night dive is one of the most dangerous animals in the Red Sea. The snail can fire its harpoon, loaded with poison up to four inches away.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 2014

Just visited Sulawesi in Indonesia for the first time and can totally recommend it.

We spent a week at the Tasik Ria resort on the North of the island diving in the Bunaken Marine Park. We then moved on to the Lembeh Straits staying at the Kasawari Resort which was very lovely indeed. Lots of new critters were seen including seahorses, frog fish and a whole new fleet of nudibranchs. Just counting the days before we can return.

Meanwhile we are looking forward to the start of the UK diving season.

DodgyDivers

 

 

 

Selsey BSAC

Hairspring Scuba

 

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