CoralBay Ecotours

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Australia   ·  Coral Bay Ecotours is an adventure tour company working within the realms of the magnificent Ningaloo Reef. We offer a range of tours designed specifically for
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What are your plans when the after-school-holiday finish? Experience Coral Bay and the its fun activities. REEF SHARK NURSERY

What are your plans when the after-school-holiday finish? Experience Coral Bay and the its fun activities.

Marine flatworm. Real colours. Wow! We just want to feel the texture on that critter BUT it's very delicate and tear easily when handled. So, please avoid touching it. :)

Marine flatworm. Real colours. Wow! We just want to feel the texture on that critter BUT it's very delicate and tear easily when handled. So, please avoid touching it. :)

Guess who’s with us today to wish you a happy Christmas in advance?     A Clark’s Anemonefish. We have no idea who Clark is. We can only assume it’s not Clark Kent. He doesn’t seem the type to have a fish named for him. However, his alter-ego might be proud to have an Amphiprion SUPERMANii. >.

Guess who’s with us today to wish you a happy Christmas in advance? A Clark’s Anemonefish. We have no idea who Clark is. We can only assume it’s not Clark Kent. He doesn’t seem the type to have a fish named for him. However, his alter-ego might be proud to have an Amphiprion SUPERMANii. >.

Here is the Christmas Tree Worm for today.     If you move your hand over this - it will disappear down its hidy-hole in an instant. No, we're not guaranteeing that it will happen on your computer screen.     Hey, we could do that with a mouse-over. We wish we had time to try it. First we'd have to have the exact same shot with the worms retracted. Never mind. We didn’t think of that whilst we were under the water. ;)

Here is the Christmas Tree Worm for today. If you move your hand over this - it will disappear down its hidy-hole in an instant. No, we're not guaranteeing that it will happen on your computer screen. Hey, we could do that with a mouse-over. We wish we had time to try it. First we'd have to have the exact same shot with the worms retracted. Never mind. We didn’t think of that whilst we were under the water. ;)

Fish defense behaviors around sharks

“ Black-striped Salemas (Xenocys jessiae) schooling, and two Galapagos Sharks (Carcharhinus galapagensis) 50 feet deep, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador by CHris Newbert ”