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Cornucopia - Indonesia

Cornucopia is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located at S 05º 46’ 354’’ E 123º 53’ 344’’, Wakatobi, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The maximum depth is 51-60ft/16-18m. The average visibility is 71-80ft/22-24m.

From my log;

10/11/2008 Cornucopia is the most beautiful wall I have ever seen! Every inch covered with color! File clam, Triton, sea snake, nudi’s, bump head parrots, goby’s, huge puffer, Pyramid butterflies, longnose butterflies, lionfish, crinoids, anemones, clowns and a thousand others we couldn’t ID. bw147 -163

10/16/2008 Cornucopia again only with current that keeps changing speed and direction, the last 1/3 was reversed and we covered the same wall but slightly shallower. Currents probably caused by extreme low and high tides today. I had put fresh batteries in the camera but 20 minutes into dive they died just as turtle came up in front of me. Porcelain crab in anemone that folded as I took picture. Black and white spotted juvenile Sweetlips. Nudi’s, biggest lobster I’ve ever seen in the Pacific, tons of juvenile red tooth triggers and a bunch of other stuff I couldn’t ID. Beautiful last dive! BW234>end RayC/LatitudeAdjustment

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