Video of Muck Diving at Teluk Kembahu ("TK") in the Lembeh Strait

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Named after the village on the Sulawesi bank of the Lembeh Strait, Teluk Kembahu, or TK1 and TK2 are classic muck dives and the habitat of many rare critters.

The video features a snake blenny, giant anglerfish, nudibranchs, dwarf lionfish, ornate ghost pipefish, greyface morays, black-saddled tobies, blue-spotted urchins, Banggai cardinalfish, a fingered dragonet and a highfin snake eel.

This footage is included as a bonus feature in my DVD, Mucky Secrets - The Marine Creatures of the Lembeh Strait.

Shot in June 2006 at Two Fish Divers.

Nick Hope