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Random moment this morning¬†ūüėÖ...¬†Gemma, Rob and I went diving at Terrigal Haven, Central Coast and the viz got sooo bad, it was less than a metre. We all stopped and looked at each other then Gemma & Rob were saying something, I thought it was turn around but I wasn't sure what was it. I asked...

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Night dive at Jervis Bay

  This was the most enjoyable night dive ever in Jervis Bay, I was glad I went. That night the wind was pretty strong and the air temperature dropped to a freezing 14 degrees. I just thought maybe we shouldn't go, my 7mm wetsuit won't handle this cold. Surprise, surprise, water was warm and cozy....

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JB Sea Slug Cencus

¬† My first contribution to the marine industry¬†ūüĎƬ†doing the first of Jervis Bay Sea Slug Census 2019. Superb weekend of diving with¬†Sue Newson¬†and¬†Nathan Bass¬†from¬†Crest Diving. Most of these tiny slugs were spotted by Sue's super human eyes and extensive knowledge. ¬† No comments

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Cannibal Eel

Swansea Bridge, still sit at the top of my favorite dive site. As much as I love good viz, I think when the water is a little murky (3-5m viz), critters are more alive and they don‚Äôt mind divers as much.I feel lucky to have seen this¬†ūüôā and now I know that an eel likes to eat its own kind... WOW ¬† Dive...

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Dive 107: my chubby fingers just got even chubbier

I've been watching the abundance of these small fish which I later knew were called Eastern Fortescue, Centropogon australis for a while at Swansea Bridge and I thought they were cute!!! Cute if I don't touch them... So 20 minutes into this dive, I was trying to hold on to anything that doesn’t move...

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Moult /m…ô ält/

  I learnt something new today about life cycle of an animal.  Moult /məʊlt/: shed old feathers, hair, or skin to make way for a new growth. This was from this morning dive. When I saw it, I thought something had eaten this poor crayfish and left it there....Then Ian Campbell told me this crustacean...

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