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Marbled Ray spotted in South Miniloc, El Nido, Palawan

Marbled Ray spotted in South Miniloc, El Nido

  |   AquaLife, AquaNews

Sout Miniloc is one of the best spots for scuba diving in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines. It is located as its name says, in the south of Miniloc Island, approximately 40 minutes away from El Nido town.
 
A lot of marine life can be found such as yellow tail barracuda, yellow snappers, sweepers, school of jacks, bluefin trevally and also small organisms such as nudibranch, orangutan crab and emperor shrimp.
 
Some days ago, during the PADI Open Water Diver course of Solene, we went to do some skills in South Miniloc, and we had the great pleasure to spot a Marbled Ray on the way back to the boat.
  Lucky us the team of Fisheye Underwater Productions were making an underwater photo album for Solene and they caught this beautiful marbled colorfully ray. Here some pictures, just enlarge them and enjoy!
 

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