Fiji Biodiversity Bananza
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1 Sep 2011
The volunteers in Fiji are currently having an amazing time diving. They have logged over 50 dives in the past eight weeks, and it’s only going to get busier over the next two. However there is no stopping these hard working volunteers at the moment due to the incredible conditions and sightings in the area. With an astonishing 50 meters of visibility under water they have been able to see rare sicklefin lemon sharks and 6ft sting rays whilst diving, and more humpback whales breeching just of camp! There are of course more dives planned and there is a good chance that tiger sharks will make an appearance in the very near future.
If you are interested in spending time with these amazing creatures, check out our Fiji Marine Project now!