Are you a fan of night-diving? In this special episode you can see some of the critters that come out only at night: bobtail squid, bobbit worm, pleurobranch, starry night octopus and other weird underwater animals. Enjoy the night-circus!

Are you a fan of night-diving? In this special episode you can see some of the critters that come out only at night: bobtail squid, bobbit worm, pleurobranch, starry night octopus and other weird underwater animals. Enjoy the night-circus!

The first video of 2016 is all about Syngnathidae

The first video of 2016 is all about Syngnathidae. The Syngnathidae are a family of fish which includes the seahorses, the pipefishes, the pipehorses, and the seadragons.

It's fright night in this episode featuring some very spooky critters of the Lembeh Strait - from the stargazer to bobbit worm, and flamboyant cuttlefish to mantis shrimp - which one do you think is the scariest?

It's fright night in this episode featuring some very spooky critters of the Lembeh Strait - from the stargazer to bobbit worm, and flamboyant cuttlefish to mantis shrimp - which one do you think is the scariest?

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: which critter in this video is which? People say: "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder". Whether you admire animals like the bobbit worm for being a good predator, or think he’s a bad guy (will attack anything!) or just plain ugly, you will love this video!

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: which critter in this video is which? People say: "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder". Whether you admire animals like…

Who gets your vote for the deadliest outlaw in Lembeh? Whether you are rooting for the supremely venomous blue-ring octopus, a hideous one-eyed stargazer or a bizarre, fish-eating anemone, you will love this video’s lineup of crazy cool underwater cowboys dueling for life and death.

Who gets your vote for the deadliest outlaw in Lembeh? Whether you are rooting for the supremely venomous blue-ring octopus, a hideous one-eyed stargazer or a bizarre,…

Check out this bizarre video to see one of the ways the Blue Dragon Nudibranch arms itself with a powerful stinging defence mechanism! ‪#‎TheGoodTheBadandTheUgly‬ ‪#‎Diving‬ ‪#‎Lembeh‬ ‪#‎Underwatervideography

Check out this bizarre video to see one of the ways the Blue Dragon Nudibranch arms itself with a powerful stinging defence mechanism!

In the second part of “Sex, Muck & Rock ‘n’ Roll” some unusual mating behaviors are featured, starring blue-ring octopus, wunderpus, coconut octopus and also flamboyant cuttlefish, just to name a few, and watch out for the spectacular hatching blue-rings and flambos!  ‪#‎SexMuckandRockandRoll‬ ‪#‎Diving‬ ‪#‎Lembeh‬ ‪#‎Underwatervideography‬

In the second part of "Sex, Muck & Rock 'n' Roll" some unusual mating behaviors are featured, starring blue-ring octopus, wunderpus, coconut…

This week's episode is all about crustaceans. Watch as porcelain crabs use their delicate filter appendages to try to catch food floating in the water, and marvel at the sheer diversity of this family of critters ranging from box crabs (also known as 'shame-faced crabs'), porcelain crabs and slipper lobsters to outrageously decked-out crabs sporting sponges on their heads! Enjoy this close up and personal glimpse into the world of crustaceans.

This week's episode is all about crustaceans. Watch as porcelain crabs use their delicate filter appendages to try to catch food floating in the water, and…

This video is sure to please the nudibranch lover in all of us divers - over 170 species are represented along with their scientific names just in case you're curious or keen to learn!

This video is sure to please the nudibranch lover in all of us divers - over 170 species are represented along with their scientific names just in case you're curious or keen to learn!

Have you ever wondered why some people are so good at finding stuff? The guides of Lembeh are world famous for their spotting abilities and in this video we show the critters@Lembeh Resort dive guide eyes (see if you can recognize your guide's eyes!) along with a selection of some of the more 'creative' eye designs found in nature underwater.

Have you ever wondered why some people are so good at finding stuff? The guides of Lembeh are world famous for their spotting abilities and in this video we show…

Our eagle-eyed guides seem to be magic - where you might only see a bare sandy slope, they find a cornucopia of beautiful underwater animals to show you. In this video you first see these talented guides' eyes ('how did he find that?!', everyone says), and from there we move on to close-up footage of some of the most fascinating critters' eyes. Mantis shrimp are featured, with the most complex eyes on the planet, along with other striking critter 'peepers' such as those of the puffer fish…

Our eagle-eyed guides seem to be magic - where you might only see a bare sandy slope, they find a cornucopia of beautiful underwater animals to show you.

In the second part of Wide Angle Wonder we feature some awesome close-focus wide angle videography - there are many perfect subjects for that in Lembeh like everyone's favorite party cephalopod, the coconut octopus, hairy frogfishes, and more! Enjoy!

In the second part of Wide Angle Wonder we feature some awesome close-focus wide angle videography - there are many perfect subjects for that in Lembeh like everyone's favorite party cephalopod, the coconut octopus, hairy frogfishes, and more!

Sometimes we get so focused on the famous critters in ‪the Lembeh‬ Strait, we miss the bigger picture. Every once in a while it's nice to take our heads out of the "muck" and see the beauty that surrounds us.

Sometimes we get so focused on the famous critters in ‪the Lembeh‬ Strait, we miss the bigger picture. Every once in a while it's nice to take our heads out of the "muck" and see the beauty that surrounds us.

Have you ever done a UV night dive? In part one of our series, "Things That Go Bump in the Night", you can see bizarre and unexpected things glowing, and no one knows yet why they do it but the one thing we do know is it is amazing to watch. Check it out and come to Lembeh to try a UV dive yourself!

Have you ever done a UV night dive? In part one of our series, "Things That Go Bump in the Night", you can see bizarre and unexpected things glowing, and…

Think that nudibranchs are these gentle critters that always move very slow and the mating takes forever? Most of them will actually fit into that category, but not the Megamouth nudibranch (Melibe papillosa). Watch this video to see for yourself.

Think that nudibranchs are these gentle critters that always move very slow and the mating takes forever? Most of them will actually fit into that category, but not the Megamouth nudibranch (Melibe papillosa). Watch this video to see for yourself.

Critters of the Lembeh Strait | Episode 07 - 2015 | Hide & Seek Part 2

Here's the second part of our Hide & Seek series. Lean back and watch the incredibly camouflaged critters of the Lembeh Strait.

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