The Lembeh Strait in Indonesia is without exaggeration one of the world’s largest epicenter of “strangeness” and a paradise for underwater photographers. If you’ve so far dove only around colorful coral reefs, Lembeh offers a completely different experience. A monotonous sand bottom with lots of rubbish may discourage you at first glance, but the reward is diving with the most bizarre little “monsters” on the planet. A lot of camouflaged fish imitate mushrooms, stone or grass, and instead of swimming, they walk the seabed. Welcome to the amazing world of “muck diving”!
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