Some of our critter encounters from 1st half of March 2011:
Decorator Crab, Thorny Seahorse, Juvenile Barramundi Grouper, Black Ribbon Eel, Adult & baby Flying Gurnard, Sea Snake, Baby Spearing Mantis Shrimp, Two baby Cuttlefish, Dragon Sea Moth, Orangefin Batfish, Leaf Fish, Broadclub Cuttlefish, Electric Clam, Wonderpus, Cockatoo Waspfish, Banded Moray Eel free swimming, Cowfish, Hermit Crab, Devilfish, Pontohi Pygmy Seahorse, Fingered Dragonet, Jawfish, Cowry
Critter Focus: Broadclub Cuttlefish
Broadclub Cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus) are a large common species found in the Lembeh Straits that are experts in camouflage. They can change colour rapidly and are sometimes seen in the defensive posture as shown here.
This photo was taken by Lou using our rental Canon S95 camera, which you can hire from 'The Digital Centre', whilst diving at either of our dive centres at Kima Bajo or at Lembeh Cottages.