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Rick Brant

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I love nudibranchs, and Max you are an inspiration. This is not a nudibranch though.
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chris kippax

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I had a laugh in Raja Ampat when the Americans were loving the Wobbegong's & Epaulettes.
Coming from Australia that was the last things we were interested in seeing. :)
 

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I had a laugh in Raja Ampat when the Americans were loving the Wobbegong's & Epaulettes.
Coming from Australia that was the last things we were interested in seeing. :)

Ya, I heard some of your fish & chips are from Wobbegong :)

Raja Ampat's Wobbegongs are different than Australian ones, though, which have straight tails and less tassels (whiskers, beard or whatever you call them, those stringy things under their chin). Raja Ampat Wobbeongs have more tassels and curly tails.
 

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Ya, I heard some of your fish & chips are from Wobbegong :)

Raja Ampat's Wobbegongs are different than Australian ones, though, which have straight tails and less tassels (whiskers, beard or whatever you call them, those stringy things under their chin). Raja Ampat Wobbeongs have more tassels and curly tails.

Yep sadly some do, they rename it flake.
We have quite a few species of wobbegong in Australia. My favourite is the dwarf wobbegong found at Port Stephens.
 

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Sometime, you can't capture it in a still picture, you just have to be there to experience it, like you see in these videos.

 

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