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UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY | Rockmover Wrasse

Dauin Bay, the Philippines
Dive Log
LOCATION:
Dauin Bay, the Visayas
DEPTH:
4 metres
COMMON NAME:
Rockmover Wrasse
The dive site at Dauin is world famous for it's incredible critter life. While the ghost pipefish and frogfish take the lion's share of the fame and glory there are always lots of small fish on the south side of the bay near the Masa Plod sanctuary zone. That's where we found this determined rockmover wrasse. Despite being surrounded by our whole group watching him, he never waivered in his quest to move tiny rocks from one patch of sand to another patch just three inches away. Lift, move, drop. Look at divers. Return to patch one. Lift, move, drop, look at divers...
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