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Bahara Rocks has been slightly damaged by dynamite fishing and is the only place where black coral is found easily.
|Name Dive Site:||Bahara Rocks|
|Depth: ||5-27m (16-88ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||malaysia_liveaboards|
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Bahara Rocks is located 25 minutes boat ride south west of Tioman Island and is another favorite dive site with the local dive centers. Boulders that drop off to 27m are covered in colorful red and purple soft corals, black corals, hard coral formations, anemones, seafans and barrel sponges.
All the usual reef fish are here including emperor angelfish, sweetlips, wrasse, surgeonfish and soldierfish. Colorful anthias are always on the move. Pufferfish and porcupine fish can be seen in coral shelters and moray eels are found in shelters, including white eyed morays and giant morays. Visibility can be as good as 30m. Strong currents attract bigger fish such as barracuda. Reef sharks are often seen around the deeper rocks particularly in the mornings. Stingrays can be seen in the sand at the bottom of the reef.
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