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Articles About Scuba Diving

The “Christmas Tree Worm” commonly seen in Anilao, Batangas. The worms’ most distinct features are two “crowns” shaped like Christmas Trees....

The THORN BACK COW FISH, belonging to the Trunk Fishes family and close relatives of the Puffer fishes. Can be mostly spotted close to bottom in areas of sand, rubble and algae. Males are highly territorial. Photo by Karl Wozniak....

Frog fishes are small globular fishes with loose prickly skin, limb-like P fins with an elbow-like joint with a very large upward directed mouth . It also has a lure above it’s mouth to attract other fishes that are swallowed whole! Common in the waters......

Like other members of the frog fish family, it has a rounded, extensible body, and its soft skin is covered with irregularly-arranged soft spines resembling hairs. Its large mouth is extensible, allowing it to swallow prey as large as itself....

Napoleon Wrasse (pronounced as “RAS”) aka humphead wrasse and “mameng” in Tagalog. Among the largest reef fish weighing up to 191kg! Adults with prominent hump on the forehead, while juveniles have 2 black lines extending behind the eye. Feeds primarily on mollusks and a wide......

The spiny devil fish, normally buries itself on sand or silt with only it’s eyes exposed, while awaiting to ambush small fishes and crustaceans. They have poisonous spine. This shot (taken by Karl Wozniak in Anilao, Batangas) was a rare moment....

Sponges are animals – not plants. They are the most simple of animals and contain no nerves, muscles or sensory organs. They are used as a food source for different ocean creatures such as sea turtles. There are many types of sea sponges and they......