" Each species we can meet underwater has very intereseting specificities.
It is a part of a world that doesn't work like ours and that we have to preserve.
To help to preserve it, we decided to create Ananahi: a library of informations around trips we made and species we have seen while diving. "
Marion and Kevin
The kakihona sushi (sushi wrapped in persimmon leaves) are really the best!
To eat them, you have to go to Nara!
The whale shark is the largest fish in the world!
Some whales are larger, but they are mammals, not fish!
The tiger shark has slender marks similars to the lines of tigers, hence its name.
When it is juvenile, these marks are round and not vertical. They change when it grows.