Some cool snorkeling fins images:
orange-fin anemonefish Amphiprion chrysopterus
Image by Paul and Jill
Also called orange-finned anemonefish. Staghorn coral Acropora sp.
This is blurrier than we like to post, but we want to remember this fish. On the inner reef part of the House Reef, we saw only A. melanopus, the dusky or red-and-black anemonefish. On the outer part, we saw only this. The fish become darker as they grow; the juvenile just behind the fish in the foreground shows no black.
Image by OmarC
We went snorkeling and there were hundreds of these little black and white fish, hundreds and hundreds and hundreds all around the boat. When they threw the bread in they went straight for it – hundreds and hundreds did. Which is fine… when you’re in the boat. When you’re in the water, I just didn’t like it. All you see is this huge clump of fish.
Things that were funny to the people in the boat – throwing bread near me and me going arrrrrrrrrgghhh.
Things that weren’t funny to me – people throwing bread near me.
Image by Jiuck
I had something in mind to do with my diving fins. And finally came!
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