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"Winter 05"
 
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Mangrove tree

White Storks:
Migrate between east Europe and Africa passing by the
Sinai and north Red Sea coast twice a year. Bird watchers enjoy seeing thousands of them in these areas in October and March.

Octupus. Octupus cyanae

Long-nose Hawkfish:
Residing in the Red Sea & Indian Ocean.
Grows up to 8 cm. Depths between 5 – 70 meters but mainly seen below 30 meters in areas where gorgonians and black corals grow. Feeds on planktons.

Lionfish

Eye of Bicolour Parrotfish:
Found in the Red Sea & Indo-pacific. Grows up to 50 cm. Depths between 1 – 30 meters more commonly seen over the reef.

Sea Urchin

Sea Slug (Orante Elysia) :
Habituating in the Red Sea and Indo-pacific. Grows up to 5 cm. The genus is characterized by having rudimentary eyes.

Squirrel Fish

Dendrophyllia:
One of the unique hard corals living inside cave and crevices, during the night they extend their yellow polyps for feeding.

Christmas tree worm

Arabian Angelfish:
Endemic to the Red Sea & Arabian Sea (hence the name). Grows up to 40 cm.
Depths between 2 – 60 meters. Seen around reefs, muddy areas and sea grass beds.

Blue Cheek Butterfly fish

Carpet flat head (Crocodile fish):
Regularly sighted in the Red Sea & Arabian Sea. Grows up to 100 cm. Depths 1-40 meters. Most common flat head in the Red Sea.

Bannerfish

Blue spotted stingray with cleaner wrasse:
A common resident of the Red Sea & Indian Ocean. Grows up to 80 cm. Depths between 2 – 20 meters usually on the bottom and rarely hidden in sand. Feeds at night on worms, shrimps and crabs.

Photo Contest:
The H2O gallery is organizing a quarterly Photo contest for Red Sea area. If you want to enter, with above or underwater shots, deliver the slide to the Red Sea Association office/ Hurghada or mail a low resolution copy to this mail:
info@h2o-mag.com and your photos will be categorized and judged by photography experts. The most beautiful 8 photos will be printed in the magazine and a pleasant prize will be given to the winner of every issue.



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