10 Fish Facts

10 Fish Facts

Most fish reproduce by laying eggs, though some fish, such as great white sharks, give birth to live babies called pups. Starfish are not fish. Neither are jellyfish. Catfish have over 27,000 taste buds. Humans have around 7,000. Seahorses are the only fish that swim...
Fish Fact: Moray Eels

Fish Fact: Moray Eels

Moray eels come in a variety of shapes, sizes and patterns & are often encountered by divers. They often hide their long, slender bodies in holes and crevices during the day, allowing only their head to protrude. Because of the position of their gills they must...
Fish Fact: Porcupine Pufferfish

Fish Fact: Porcupine Pufferfish

With their large expressive eyes & often curious nature, Porcupine Puffer-fish are regular favourites with our divers.  They are relatively big for reef fish and have a body that is entirely covered in short spines.   When stressed or threatened they have the...
Fish Fact: Blacktip Reef Sharks

Fish Fact: Blacktip Reef Sharks

Fish Fact of the Day The Black-tip Reef Shark – this elegant shark is the most common shark found around Koh Phi Phi and Koh Bida. Before giving birth, female black-tip reef sharks will incubate their young for 16 months. The pups’ length at birth ranges...
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