It’s an underwater party and all your favorite critters of the Lembeh Strait are there – anemone fish, blue-ringed octopus, ornate ghost pipefish with eggs (yes, children are welcome at this party!), various frogfishes and a graceful free-swimming ribbon eel. Also keep your eyes peeled for a very special, seldom seen little goby, the Priolepis vexilla, whose blue-and-red striped face, dotty body and spiky dorsal fin will surely charm you. Sit back and enjoy!
Critters of the Lembeh Strait | Episode 20/2014
Posted in Videography and tagged Bitung, black sand, blue-ringed octopus, Bobbit worm, cephalopod, cephalopods, critter, critters, crustacean, Crustaceans, diving, film, Flamboyant cuttlefish, footage, Fotografie, Frogfish, hairy shrimp, hatching, highlights, hunting, Indonesia, Indonesien, Krustentiere, Lembeh, Lembeh Resort, Lembeh Strait, macro, macro photography, metasepia pfefferi, mimic, muck, muck diving, nudibranch, Octopus, photography, pygmy cuttlefish, Rhinopias, sand, scuba, scuba diving, seahorse, Sepia, shrimp, skeleton shrimp, stock footage, Sulawesi, Tauchen, tiger seahorse, underwater, underwater video, uw-pix, uw-pix.com, Videograph, videography, wunderpus.