All I got was it is a unique rare species & the scientific name is ceratophthalmus. Other than that, I was provided info related to : tiger shrimp tempura, Hong Kong sweet & sour tiger shrimp recipe & most of all the most listed results was an instant noodle by Weightwatches which bear the same name & claim to have low calorie as well ( 240 Kcl ) .. for 1 serving ... !!!
After searching for almost an hour, exhausted; the tiger shrimp low mein seems more appetizing than pursuing on the internet search. So, for now .. enjoy the pics guys ... & the low mein too if you happen to get hold of one ..
As a newbie in scuba diving years ago, muck diving is like a pandora pox & has always kept me curios about. Lots of divers who I have met told me they prefer diving with the big fishes, pristine & colorful reefs. I kept wondering at some point is muck diving interesting at all ? What is that to see when in true muck diving there is no reef neither there is any corals around. Its just plain sandy bottom & in fact I could have just synonymously called it "Mud diving".
By looking at another perspective, big fish action is undoubtedly interesting & it comes with some challenging current & drift dive. However, for a change; I did try out muck diving & have since fell in-love with the vast variety of colorful little critters in our ocean. Now, in contrast to big fish action where your sightings could mostly base on your luck. If "they" happened to swim pass than you have an awesome dive. Muck diving depends much on your knowledge of the local reef, the habitat the critters are & those razor sharp eyes of yours to detect them. It's another type of challenge I would put it minus the strong currents (which is not always though). So, the next time; big fish action or little critters ??? both are equally interesting.
providing a photography opportunity which would otherwise be just another ordinary shot.
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"Critter hunt" just as the dive point sounded. Undoubtedly this Blue ring octopus was totally amazed just as more than 20 divers who took turn looking at him/her.