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The wonders of Lembeh Strait

The Hairy Octopus is for many divers the "Holy Grail" of muck diving. It belongs to the family Cephalopods and gets to about 5cm (mantle & tentacles) in size. It is incredibly well camouflaged and blends in surrounding algaes very well. It is an undescribed species of octopus and very little is known about it.

Lembeh Strait's usual suspects

The Flamboyant Cuttlefish is commonly seen in the Lembeh Strait, but its behaviour while hunting and ability to camouflage is just unbelieveable. Read this article to find out more about this amazing little critter...

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