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Blue-spotted ribbon and sting rays are common while diving at the Stingray Alley Way.
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Dive spot Stingray Alley Way is home to many blue-spotted ribbon rays and blue-spotted sting rays that make their home amongst the stunning coral. Often shoals of streamlined barracuda are seen in the shallows a well as cuttlefish and squid, and if you're lucky flamboyant cuttlefish. Ribbon eels can be found hiding inside the crevices of large boulders, as well as many-banded pipefish. This is a nudibranch lover's dive, and flatworms are a common find as well. The hard and soft corals found in the shallows are some of the most pristine to be found anywhere in Malaysia.
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