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Indonesia's Coral Triangle is a scuba diver’s paradise

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Colourful barrel sponge are just one type of marine life you’ll see.

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A small corner of Indonesia’s exotic undersea world.

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The reef scape goes on and on.

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Manta alfredi are a threatened species.

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False clown anemonefish hide in a magnificent sea anemone.

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A hawksbill turtle swims to the surface.

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Explore soft coral and the species that dwell within it.

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A school of Sweetlips in Raja Ampat, Indonesia.

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