Scuba diving in Egypt

Few years ago I went in Marsa Alam (Egypt) with my family. It was my first experience of scuba diving and was not disappointed at all. Under the red sea, we discovered a lot of amazing and colorful fishes. Taking pictures of them was really hard but here some pictures about this incredible week in Egypt!

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Here a bunch of fishes. Most of the time they stay together around corals.

 

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One of the most beautiful ray I ever saw with its blue polka dot.

 

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This is a big turtle. You may not imagine on this photo but the turtle was three times bigger than me.

 

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One of the colourful fish that you can encounter. (Sohal surgeonfish about 35cm).

 

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Nemo into its anemone! (there were a lot of clownfishes about 14cm).

 

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Again, two colorful fishes. The left one is called the Erythree butterfly fish (14cm) and the right one is called the royal angel fish (25 cm).

 

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A bunch of orange fishes with their coral.

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