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Ombadhoo Thyla - Ombadhoo Thyla

Author - Andrey Ryanskiy

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This dive site - Ombadhoo Thyla - is common in many ways for the Maldives. Fishes, corals, often strong currents. But this dive site has a small but lovely "annex" - the peninsula, almost separated elongated area. And it's great - colorful sponges, corals, schools of colorful butterfly-fishes. Pay attention to the coral block near the main body of the reef. On the surface divers can see many small coral fish, blennies, very funny. But too cautious - the diver has to swim, "not breathing" to notice them. The underwater world of the inhabitants of this site you can see on the photos
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Width 3° 47.07'
Height 72° 57.94'
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The underwater world of scuba diving site "Ombadhoo Thyla" - on this tab, you can see the inhabitants of the sea (lake, river), which were photographed on this site diving - Or simply overlooked. You can upload a photo or video, filmed here. When you load it is possible to point out who exactly you removed. If you're not underwater photographer (videographer), then you might as well mention one of the sea creatures you see on the dive site - creating a mark Meeting
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