Diving Fun Fact

Orbicular Batfish, Komodo National Park, Indonesia

We spotted this Orbicular Batfish while diving Komodo National Park. Juvenile Orbicular Batfish live in sheltered areas like mangroves and estuaries until reaching maturity. Once in the open sea males can grow to up to 20-inches long. Read more about diving Komodo in our post, Scuba Diving is Open in Komodo and You Should Go.

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