Animals Travel

Angering Nemo


Ever have a fish get mad at you? What about a tiny cute one actually chasing you?

Ever have a fish get mad at you? We just got finished with some incredible diving in Komodo, Indonesia with Indonesia Travel. We had some thrilling dives with oceanic mantas along with spectacular reef and wall dives filled to the brim with fish and some of the healthiest coral we’ve ever seen.  

On one dive at Manta Point – where we were there to see oceanic mantas –  I came across this clownfish that ended up being pretty upset by my presence. They will aggressively defend their eggs and apparently I got too close to his without realizing.  He just came out of nowhere and zoomed right at me.  He didn’t stop until I was completely away from his guarded area. They may be small, but they are feisty!

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