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I liked your post, but not the photo of the crowd. By the time we did our final dives on our last visit, on Nov 2, there was always a queue to visit the 2 yellow frogfish on Bari. Often the waiting line consisted of 2, 3, or more groups of divers. Once the word gets out, it's all over.
Good thing the sea life is relatively resilient, at least the frogfish and seahorses.
Small frogfish in mid flight this morning (video forthcoming). I completely blew past him headed out while ineptly trying to get my bearings, but found him on the way back. @uncfnp found another female inshore at 20 feet attached to a mooring block north of the other fish.