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Interesting articles and reports on Wakatobi Marine Life

The Wakatobi Archipelago is located in an area that encompasses the highest coral reef biodiversity in the world.

This means there are simply countless opportunities to observe unique and interesting marine life species that you may not see anywhere else in the world. World famous underwater photographers, researches and scientists come to wakatobi to study and learn about these species.

Wakatobi Babies Wakatobi's Colorful Babies
Color changes between juvenile fishes and adults - By Liquid Motion Files
Macro Study Study in super-macro photography
A trip report through the eyes of Wakatobi guest Tom Reynolds, June 2011
Clark's Anemonefish in host anemone Fascinating Symbiosis - a Closer Look
Feature article by Scott W. Michael
Wakatobi's Pygmy Seahorse Quartet
Feature article by Richard Smith
Richard Smith Slide Show Richard Smith Pygmy Research Report
Feature article by Richard Smith
Three new pygmy seahorse species
Scientific paper by Sara A. Lourie
and Rudie Kuiter
New Wakatobi pipehorses
(Kyonemichthys rumengani)

Scientific paper by Martin F. Gomon
The Wakatobi Cavefish
(Grammonus Thielei)

Scientific papger by JØrgen G. Nielsen
and Daniel M. Cohen
Photos of Cave Fish
Pygmy Pipedragon Wakatobi pygmy pipehorses
(Kyonemichthys rumengani)

Feature article by Richard Smith
Diving and the environment
Feature Article by Martin Edge