Karang Snorkel

Karang Kaledupa Snorkel
 
 
 
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Still amazed at being anchored near a reef system, surrounded by ocean thousands of metres deep, we spuddled from Beez Neez in her fourteen metres over to a grassy area not far away. We found a sandy/grassy bit to drop Baby Beez anchor and plopped in for our snorkel. The grass was lush and green dotted with clumps of things to explore.
 
 
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A giant clam.
 
 
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Clams and worms were abundant.
 
 
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Lovely to see a green and brown crinoid or feather star – the most ancient of echinoderms. These animals have changed little according to fossil records.
 
 
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The weird, the wonderful and the rest.
 
 
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ALL IN ALL A MASSIVE AREA
                     AMAZING TO BE ANCHORED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OCEAN