Diving in Fiji, Clown Fish Edition

The past couple of years, we’ve dove in Hawaii and the Caribbean, and consequently have missed seeing the colorful clown anemone fish. Happily, we had an abundance of them in Fiji, and a few different species (and in different types of anemones) at that!

Glassy waters
The storms were just abating Monday, the first day we plunged in the waters. But by Tuesday, the winds had died down such that the waters were calm, glassy.
Baby nemo
Baby Nemo

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Clown fish

Clown fish

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There’s obviously tons of other colorful fish besides these cute clown anemones of course, including our new favorite wrasse, the bird wrasse.

Bird Wrasse
Bird Wrasse

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Anthias galore

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Scrambled Egg Nudibranch
Scrambled Egg Nudibranch

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