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Muck Diving in Lembeh, Indonesia
« on: 10 May 19, 20:31 »
We teamed up with Two Fish Divers for another scuba diving adventure in Indonesia. This time we traveled to beautiful Lembeh Island in Sulawesi to do some muck diving. Read about the bizarre creatures and macro life we were able to find during our time here.


https://www.mymola.com/scuba-diving-the-weird-and-wonderful-waters-of-lembeh-indonesia/

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Re: Muck Diving in Lembeh, Indonesia
« Reply #1 on: 17 Jan 21, 15:16 »
The Lembeh Strait is a volcanic region so our black sand makes for perfect muck diving. ... Although the critters at muck diving sites are perfectly at home on the exposed bare sands, they often still seek shelter from currents and places to hide from predators https://forpc.onl/snaptube-for-pc jiofilocalhtml

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Re: Muck Diving in Lembeh, Indonesia
« Reply #2 on: 04 Mar 21, 19:13 »
The Lembeh Strait is a volcanic region so our black sand makes for perfect muck diving. ... Although the critters at muck diving sites are perfectly at home on the exposed bare sands, they often still seek shelter from currents and places to hide from predators shareit vidmate
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