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Whats is this I found outside Koh Chang?

March 11th, 2010 | Posted by admin in Thailand

From my diving outside Koh Chang back in October 2009 I came across this fish? or is a Squid, but no arms?
I’ve included a couple of pictures – hope somebody can help me.

Picture 1
Strange Fish? outside Koh Chang

Picture 2
Strange fish found diving outside Koh Chang

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  • wim says:

    Hi,
    This is a cuttlefish. They are quite common around that time of the year. You will find them on the local sites, where they come to mate and lay eggs. It’s a beautiful spectacle when the males are wooing the female, the changing of their skincolour and their tentacles going everywhere.

    Greets

    Wim

  • admin says:

    Hi Wim!

    Thanx for your answer – just compared my pictures with the wikipedia page for Cuttlefish.. yeah, now even I can see it!

    Bests,
    Niels

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