A branching Acropora coral with provides refuge to small fish (Chromis spp).
The tentacles of anemones provide home to clownfishes but could paralyse other fishes with its stinging cells.
Feather stars come in all colours.
A massive coral (Porites spp) hosting feather stars.
Fish traps are commonly used in the marine reserve by community members.
A big lionfish swims amongst the corals looking for smaller fishes to feed on.
A Hawksbill turtle.
Sea turtles used to be a rare sight in the waters of Apo Island. Since it was declared a marine reserve, it is now common to see Hawksbill and Green Sea Turltes such as this one with remoras hitching a ride.
Moray eel in Apo's marine reserve.
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