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Jessica’s First Day in Lembeh

Jessica’s First Day in Lembeh

October 10, 2010 For some yet undeciphered set of reasons the 12-kilometer strait that separates the small palm-lined island of Lembeh from the sprawling Indonesian landmass of Sulawesi attracts the most eye-popping collection of marine wildlife ever discovered. Ghost pipefishes, pygmy seahorses, hairy frogfish, blue-ringed, mimic and wunderpus octopus, flamboyant cuttlefish, harlequin shrimp and nudibranchs by the kirbillons – these are just a few of the storybook animals that have kept us returning on annual visits … Read entire article »

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