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Ekor Tebu's northeast tip offers some excellent boulder diving where you can also find a small cave.
|Name Dive Site:||Ekor Tebu|
|Depth: ||2-25m (6-82ft)|
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Pulau Ekor Tebu is normally dived around the northern edge where boulders drop from the surface down to 25m. The rocks are covered with hard coral formations including staghorn, table, brain and pore coral. Black spiny urchins, sea cucumbers and sea stars cling to the rocks, as do feather stars and sea whips.
Stingrays can be seen in the sand at the edge of the reef. Titan trigger fish nest here and can be aggressive if they feel that their territory is being invaded. Reef fish include parrotfish, pufferfish and porcupine fish. Schools of squid can be seen over the reef. Eagle rays are sometimes spotted. There have even been rare sightings of bowmouth guitar sharks. Visibility averages about 15m here.
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