A cobia at Snappers point

An inquisitive cobia

icône de menuthis page /en/diving-video-1222 in frenchVidéo by Stéphane Engel - 265" - on 26/12/19
Rachycentron canadum
Snappers point - Ifaty - Madagascar -
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An inquisitive cobia. This beautiful cobia came to us at Snappers point as a christmas gift. He stayed over twenty minutes with us. Swims like a shark, mouth like a catfish, caudal fin like a tuna's, behaves like a sharksucker...

The dive site : Snappers point

Off the reef, in between north and south pass. We go down to the anchor at 22m, on sand, and around a big and boring rock. Then, all of a sudden, yellow clouds surround us ; snappers, and many others... Most of the time, three big groupers are awaiting while a school of batfishes cross the background... Small hanging humphead wrasses. On the top of the rock, many morays, leaf fishes, porcupinefishes...


Rachycentron canadum

Contact us : ATIMOO Diving - PADI Dive Resort - South west Madagascar

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