Tiger flatworms (Maritigrella crozierae) are some of the more common species of flatworms that we find. But these two are a striking example that even the things considered common on Mafia are a special treat for any diver.
What's swimming there in the distance? A school of black snapper just at the edge of visibility is always a sign for a good dive! And a Blue Sphinx Nudibranch (Phyllidiopsis sphingis).
Submassive coral are the home for myriads of small fish. They are usually so tame that you can swim right through a scool of them - finding yourself surrounded by colourful and curious little damselfish.
Find out more about the Tanzania Marine Conservation and Diving project.