Ceriantharians have a crown of tentacles that are composed of two whorls of distinctly different sized tentacles. The outer whorl consists of large tentacles that extend outwards. These tentacles taper to points and are mostly used in food capture and defence. The smaller inner tentacles are held more erect than the larger lateral tentacles and […]
Whaleshark sighting in Ao Nang
Krabi Provincial Administrative underwater Cleanup Days at Koh Hong. in 2 days with 40 divers we removed 670 kg of rubbish and abandoned Fishing nets of the area around Koh Hong. Thank you to all involved.
National Geographic published our Project Removing abandoned Ghost and Fishing Nets. Abandoned Fishing nets are a killer for our reefs. Due to it entangles into corals they’ll choke get broken off by surge of waves. reef resident fish are getting entangled and die. Read more on
The more we value things the less we value Nature!
Today is #SharkAwarenessDay Humans kill 100 Mil. Sharks per year, mostly for their fins. That’s per second around 3.6 sharks killed and only 0,94 born are born We humans kill sharks more than 3 times faster than they can reproduce. We need the shark it’s a reef cleaner, it eats old and sick fish. If […]
Antennarius sanguineus Gill, 1863 Sanguine frogfish, Bloody frogfish Body globular, somewhat compressed; “fish-pole” length about equal to length of second dorsal spine, “lure” an elongate, tapering appendage with slender filaments and a cluster of darkly pigmented round swellings at base; second dorsal spine strongly curved and free, not connected to head by membrane; 3rd dorsal […]
We have removed a huge Fishing Net off the reef of Meaurai!
Removing an abandoned fishing net at Laem Thong Phi Phi Islands. Thank you very much to Eric, Fabrice and Mathias for helping us out!