Diving and cleaning

Today we decided to take some plastic bags with us so we could clean up the beach we normally relax at while we have our surface interval as we don’t want to wait until the International Clean-up day to help keeping our environment healthy.

After our beach cleanup we headed to Jabang and as always, it was a superb dive. On top of the amazing soft corals, scorpion fish and juvenile yellow box fish we also came across the magnificent nudibranch Chromodoris Annulata. This brilliantly coloured nudibranch is relatively common in East Africa and can also be seen as far east as Thailand. There is a characteristic purple ring around the gills and the rhinophores. This nudibranch belongs to the family chromodorididae.


There are a lot to see down there so let’s keep our beaches clean and our ocean healthy.

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