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 Diving in Africa

My African dive pages contain a taster of dive sites,some Dive Operations and a selection of Dive and Travel Books for sale, most of which Iíve read.Iím continually reviewing the content and will add more country info later.

 

 

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This Months Dive

Twelve-Mile Reef. Bazaruto Archipelago Mozambique.12 nautical miles north of Bazaruto, this is a large, six-mile-long reef which can only be dived in calm weather. Depths vary  from 18 to 28 metres Unusually large numbers of Palette surgeonfish and Natal knifejaw are seen there as well as huge schools of pelagics. It's  one of the best places in Mozambique to see mantas, sailfish, marlin and various sharks

Fish Info

 

The Palette Surgeonfish (Paracanthurus hepatus) is found in the Indo Pacific fromEast Africa to the Line Islands, North to southern Japan, South to the southern Great Barrier Reef, New Caledonia, and Samoa. Throughout Micronesia. Also known in the Gilbert Islands. (Kiribati) and Mariana Isands.

 

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