Scientific name: Ostracion cubicus
Size: Up to 5.9 inches for juveniles
Distinguishing feature: He has black dots all over his yellow body which is very square when young.
Where did we see it: Bali and Gili, Zanzibar, Thailand, Mayotte, Maldives, Raja Ampat
This fish is quite shy when it is juvenile, it tends to hide behind a coral when you get too close!
It changes color when growing, to become yellow or brown with electric blue spots.
We can hear the bull shark is very dangerous because of attacks near La Réunion island.
However, tens of them are living at 600 feet from the famous beach of Playa Del Carmen in Mexico. And there are no attacks.
Parrotfish create a protective envelope around them when they are sleeping.
So, don't put the light on them during night dive to don't to wake them up and break this envelope.
Turtles are in economy mode when they are sleeping. If they are woken during night, they may not have enough air to return to surface.
So, please be careful during night dives!