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860-292577 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292579 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292578 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292580 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292576 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
1387-288 - Detail of the colorful dorsal fin of a scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis sp.) in Wakatobi National Park, Indonesia. This remote region is known for its incredible marine biodiversity and gorgeous reefs.
1387-179 - Schooling yellowmask surgeonfish (Acanthurus mata) and blue and yellow fusilier fish (Caesio teres) at the upstream side of Mike's Point, Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
1116-53098 - Surgeonfish aggregate on the north coast of Komodo Island. Surgeonfishes are small-scaled, with a single dorsal fin and one or more distinctive, sharp spines that are located on either side of the tail base and can produce deep cuts. They are primarily algae eaters, Komodo Island, Indonesia
832-401278 - Sea Turtle with bite marks on fins swims in blue water. Close-up of Great Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) with its front flippers bitten off by a shark swimming slowly over seabed, Red sea, Egypt, Africa