Scientific name: Nembrotha milleri
Size: About 2.4 inches
Color: Green and black
Distinguishing feature: Green body with black wrinkles, the branchial plume separates into 5 parts resembling small stocky trees
Where did we see it: Zanzibar, Thailand, Mayotte, Raja Ampat
This nudibranch is distinguished by its branchial plume which has a very specific form, resembling a forest of 5 baobabs.
It is often seen on sandy bottoms, more than on the coral itself.
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.
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.
Some sharks can stay motionless on the sand (white tips reef sharks, nurse sharks, etc.).
These sharks don't have to swim to bring oxygen to their gills like other sharks (grey, hammerheads tc.)