Jewels in the ocean

These jewel anemones live in the beautiful HMNZS Canterbury wreck, in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. They spawn once a year, releasing their eggs. They could have up to one hundred tentacles on the top, each of them terminated on a small sphere as a tip. Dive technicalities: Dive site: HMNZS Canterbury, Northland, New […]

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Chasing korus

A koru (loop in Maori) is a new unfurling silver fern, representing a new born, strength and peace. The silver fern or ponga, is an endemic tree fern from New Zealand, and a symbol associated with the country.  

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