Snorkelling in the Maldives into Thudufushi lagoon
Underwater pictures about marine life found in the lagoon of Thudufushi,
under just a few feet of water, not far away from the bungalows. Athough the underwater pictures in this page are from Thudufushi, you may get an idea about also the other islands in the Maldives offer in terms of fish and corals.
Underwater picture from Thudufushi, taken while snorkeling in the lagoon.
Pictures of surgeon fish. Blue surgeon fish (Acanthurus leucosternon
) and striped surgeon fish (Acanthurus lineatus
) are frequent encounters while snorkelling in the Maldives.
Photo of Moorish idol (Zanclus cornutus
Pictures of triggerfish, to be precise, a Striped triggerfish (Balistapus undulatus
Picture of Peacock grouper (Cephalopolis argus
Schools of fish just below few inches of water, seen while snorkelling in Thudufushi.
A living coral with many fishes. Although the effects of warm El Nino current that stroke most tropical paradises in late '90, corals in Thudufushi were already recovering in 2004.
Another type of surgeon fish (Acanthurus nigricaudus
Pictures of parrot fishes.
An octopus... can you see it?
Photo of Black-blotch triggerfish (Rhinecanthus verrucosus
Honeycomb grouper (Epinephleus merra
Snorkelling in Thudufushi.
A nice living coral.
Small fishes swimming between the corals.
Photo of soldier fish.