It’s not specific to living in a symbiotic relationship with just this sea anemone though, and is the least specific – with an ability to live in all ten of those that host anemonefish!
Didn’t you have enough of butterflyfish in the last blog? It’s a remarkably large fish family; and every species are worth visiting Tulamben’s butterflyfish…again!
Striking colours of the oval-spot butterflyfish make them conspicuous members of their family…that’s true of ALL butterflyfish…AND scuba divers!
The greatest of barracudas are usually found coasting the reefs all by themselves; showing their utmost lack of intimidation!
Hypnotoxin is the common venom that these animals possess, and some can deliver a more potent sting than others!
Even inhospitable environments; from the deep and freezing abyssal plains’ oceanic trenches, to the sensational heat of hydrothermal vents; any number of the 10,000-strong polychaete family can and do exist!
The green sea turtle is the most likely to be seen in Bali’s coastal waters, migrating from island-to-island; it’s paradise for the jurassic descendants too!
Bali’s communal jeep rests inside Kubu’s Boga Wreck!
Throughout their life, the canarytop wrasse (as well as its cousins) will develop different patterns: spots, bands, stripes and general colour; in accordance with its sexual maturity.