Land of Water : the eel and the turtle

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Histoire d’eau : la murène et la tortue

The moray eel, of its shape and the way to move, recalls the snake, animal along the oscillating body. However, it has very sharp small teeth, which divers must stay away ! Often hidden in coral, she does not hesitate to leave his lair strongly to impress the diver attacks by small. The turtle, more nonchalant, is concerned divers rarely visits. Often near coral she loves taste, it sometimes seems to converse with the small fish who approach. Type : Series ...

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Water Stories : sandbar shark in French Polynesia

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Histoires d’eau : le requin gris en Polynésie française

The sandbar shark species is the most widespread in French Polynesia. Curious by nature, he does not hesitate to approach divers and move among them. This shark shark sharing the field of coral, another tenant reefs. However, dagsit shark prefers evolve in the deeper areas. It leaves the shallow lagoons shark Blacktip. Do not measuring more than three meters, it remains impressive encounter during walks underwater! Type : Series of magazines : While images of underwater images :...

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Land of Water : the lemon shark in French Polynesia

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Histoire d’eau : le requin citron en Polynésie française

The lemon shark gets its name from its color yellowish-gray. Measuring up to three meters, he does not like the depths and swim more often skimming the ground, making it difficult to see. Living mainly near the coast, the diver can cross one or small group. The fact swim mouth wide open gives a menacing, This does not preclude passionate divers approach, to observe. It is generally somewhat aggressive, but remains a potential danger to human. Type : Series of magazines : In pictures ...

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Land of Water : the manta Polynesia

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Histoire d’eau : la raie manta en Polynésie

The manta ray is one of the biggest fish in the waters of Polynesian. Despite its impressive appearance, particularly due to its two horns around the head, it is completely harmless, Only experienced divers can however meet because she lives in the open ocean. Also known as "sea devil" manta ray is a cartilaginous fish of the family Myliobatidae. It takes its name from the Spanish word meaning Manta "cover". This is the largest of the lines - more than 500 species -, sometimes reaching up to six meters wide and two tons ....

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Land of Water : medley of fish

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Histoire d’eau : farandole de poissons

Ladies, clownfish, poles sun… all small species of fish live in perfect harmony in clear lagoons of French Polynesia. Just a few meters and the plunger can admire farandoles all these small species, mostly hiding in corals, anemones, well protected from predators. The presence of the diver often seems more concerned, it is not uncommon to see some curious fish, swimming towards the diver, very close, restarts at a brisk pace, go about their business. Type : Series ...

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Land of Water : school of fish in French Polynesia

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Histoire d’eau : banc de poissons en Polynésie française

Water tale takes us into the depths underwater, to meet the many and varied schools of fish stocks in the waters of French Polynesia. How these groups, so many, sometimes up to thousands of individuals, they can thus move in unison under the eye of the diver amazed? Thons, perches, ladies, many species who love to travel to meet together and be stronger also face a potential predator. While this picture allows us to cross many species in the translucent waters of the myriad blue lagoons of Polynesia ...

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