Ribbon eels The Ribbon Eel (a member of the Muraenidae family) is also known as the leaf-nosed moray eel or bernis eel. It is also the only member of the genus Rhinomuraena because it is so unique.  Ribbon eels are rarely seen free swimming, they are usually only seen with their heads protruding from holes

Batfish The batfish that you’ll most likely see around the reefs of Thailand is the Teira Batfish (Plantax Teira), also known as the Tall-fin Batfish. There are five species of Teira Batfish currently known and they are very curious creatures. Batfish often like to investigate divers and follow them around before returning to their group.

Giant Moray The Giant Moray (Gymnothorax javanicus) is the largest of all the Indo-Pacific morays in terms of body mass and grows up to 3 metres in length & 30 kg in weight. It is a species of moray eel and belongs to the family Muraenidae of marine fishes. There has been reports of provoked

Chevron Barracuda There are currently 28 known species of barracuda, one of most commonly found in the seas around Thailand is the Chevron Barracuda. In the animated film Finding Nemo, the fish that ate Nemo’s mother was a Barracuda. Barracuda is considered a game species and often fished for sport and eaten. The age of