The archipelago around Sulawesi and Borneo has been portrayed as a biological ‘problem area’. East of Indonesia Archipelago have a lot of landscape differed, from walls and bordering reef to sinkholes, enormous Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas), whitetip, panther and medical caretaker sharks, tutoring barracudas, napoleon wrasses, cuttle fish, Spanish mackerel, jacks and batfishes, and ornamentalreef fishes hang out in record densities and variety.
Assuming the ocean shows at least a bit of kindness, it lies some place in the powerful mosaic that is the Indonesian archipelago. In this natural hot zone, there are more coral and fish species than elsewhere on The planet. The numbers are faltering: for example, Indonesia has 83 types of angelfish and butterflyfish, while the entire of the Caribbean upholds only seven of each.
This variety is commended in The Sulu-Sulawesi Oceans, another photograph book by German photograph writer Jürgen Freund. Part of a protection drive by the Overall Asset for Nature (WWF), the book centers around the area around Sulawesi, Borneo and the southern Philippines – the focal point of the hot zone. Here schools of jacks bunch into fuming twisters over reef drop-offs, where small porcelain crabs look for shelter among the influencing limbs of a host anemone. Stray from the reefs into a mangrove marsh and you are similarly prone to run into a saltwater crocodile, the mightiest of the reptiles.
This district, alluded to frequently as the ‘coral triangle’ or the ‘East-Indies Triangle’, includes three countries and an area of complicated oceanography. Every one Komodo Scuba Diving of the islands have tight mainland racks and many are isolated from one another by somewhat profound waters. Surface flows stream forever eastwards along the north shore of Sulawesi and southwards along the west coast. Toward the south of the island there is areas of strength for a streaming current during the upper east rainstorm, which is switched during the southeast storm.
Conditions are great for reef improvement and there are bordering reefs along the shores of the majority of the more modest islands, and some nonstop stretches running for many miles along the shoreline. It doesn’t take a specialist to see that this is an exceptional spot: if you somehow managed to do a jump on a Sulawesi reef, then, at that point, stream off to anyplace in, say, the tropical western Atlantic, the distinction would be quickly recognizable. For quite a long time, picture takers have said that the reefs of the Caribbean resemble English nurseries contrasted and the marine wildernesses of Southeast Asia.
For jumpers, it’s down to the simplicity of tracking down specific colorful animals. The exceptionally obscure leaf scorpionfish, for example, can be tracked down all around the Indo-Pacific, however in many places nobody tries to investigate areas of uncovered coral (their favored natural surroundings) for dubiously verdant articles. At the point when you’re in the coral triangle, it’s dependably advantageous to search for semi-camouflaged animals. Furthermore, on the off chance that you’re sufficiently attentive to find one leaf scorpionfish, there are generally others close by.