Toad fish (antennal). Philippines, March 2008.

The fabulous underwater creatures of Dauin and Apo

Dear English-speaking readers, this page is an automatic Google translation from a post originally written in French. My apologies for the strange sentences and the funny mistakes that could gave been generated during the process. If you can read French, the original and correct version can be found here PetitesBullesdAilleurs.fr

  Philippines: Visayas - February 2008

The wealth of submarine sites in Dauin (Negros) and Apo made a strong impression. Life abounds there and the beauty of the coral, hard and soft, farting with health, is properly stunning.

The delicate and timid seahorses like the antennae (toad fish), much sought after by divers, are numerous. As for the nudibranchs (sea slugs) that I love, their diversity is amazing: I had the pleasure of discovering there some species that I had never seen before ...

Here are some pictures brought back from Dauin and Apo funds. For the pleasure of the eyes, for the memory, for the beautiful emotions that these dives gave me.

Finally, for the divers, I wrote a report more oriented "ploufs" on the forum of the excellent site Plongeur.com: a click right here.

  Philippines: Visayas - February 2008

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