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Some Facts About The Candy Crab

The candy crab (Hoplophrys oatesi) is a small but stunning crustacean that lives on soft corals in the Indo-Pacific region. It has a remarkable ability to camouflage itself by changing its color and attaching coral polyps to its shell. Here are some interesting facts about […]

Mozambique Dive Sites

Pinnacles is a world famous dive site where up to ten shark species can be seen. Tiger sharks, bull sharks, blacktip sharks, silvertip sharks, dark sharks, spinner sharks, Java sharks, leopard sharks, gray reef sharks and hammerhead sharks live here. A reeftax and a boating […]

Some Stinging Facts

Did you know stingrays have no bones in their body? Instead, their skeleton is made up of flexible cartilage (the bendy stuff that your ears and nose are made from!). Stingrays use their sense of smell and electroreceptors special pores around their faces that can […]

The Parrotfish

Bumphead parrotfish The largest parrotfish species is the green bumphead parrotfish, often known as the humphead parrotfish. They may grow to be about 60 inches long and weigh an amazing 165 pounds.The fish are mostly green-blue in color and feature a huge, incredibly recognizable "bulge" […]

Yeti Crab Facts

The yeti crab is a fascinating creature that lives in the deep sea, near hydrothermal vents and cold seeps. It belongs to a new genus and family of crustaceans, named Kiwa after the Polynesian goddess of shellfish. It was discovered in 2005 by a team […]