TOUCH ME NOT

Being a RESPONSIBLE and SAFE DIVER means being careful about what we touch underwater to prevent unnecessary mishaps while scuba diving.

Here’s a list of some of the most venomous marine fauna.


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Anemone

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Banded sea snake

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Blue ringed octopus

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Cone Shell

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Crown of Thorns Starfish

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Fire Coral

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Fire Sponge

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Fire Urchin

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Jellyfish

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Lionfish

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Scorpionfish

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Sea Catfish

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Sea Urchin

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Stingray

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Stonefish


BEST RULE when SCUBA DIVING is…


LOOK BUT DO NOT TOUCH ! ! !

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2 Comments

  1. “TAKE ONLY PICTURES, LEAVE ONLY BUBBLES!”

  2. I saw a blue ringed octopus at Gamao Grotto on August 8,2005. It was in the shallows at the end of our dive. it was tiny, like I could hold it in the palm of my hand. BUT WE DIDN’T TOUCH IT. It was so cool the way the rings kind of glowed..


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