A beauty at the HMNZS Canterbury Wreck. This is a Jason nudibranch, hanging on a tree on the Canterbury wreck, they have amazing purple and white colours!! He seems like he’s trying to get hold of the tree with all his ‘legs’, Don’t take me out of here!!! You can also see the eggs on […]Read More The Jason beauty
It’s somehow out of the ordinary for the over-populated countries to see (ship)wrecks above the water. When there is a marine disposal of any kind, whoever is responsible of it, they will treat it or take care of, so rubbish don’t accumulate in harbours or marine areas. The same applies to old any old […]Read More The in-land wrecks of the Chatham Islands
What’s my best side? I kind of like both… Seals can be vain as well, they like when you look at them, so they pose for youRead More How do I look?
Blue cod, or Pakirikiri, mainly present in cold waters, is abundant in Chatham Islands, where they dominate the fish life. It’s a rather temperamental fish, coming to check out divers when they see them around. In warmer waters, as in the North of North Island, New Zealand, they can be found as well up to […]Read More What are you looking at?!