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Dive site West Three Islets is a nice steep wall dive with orange cup coral and thousands of inhabitants.
|Name Dive Site:||West Three Islets|
|Depth: ||5-30m (16-98ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||burma_liveaboards|
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The west side of the island, often named West Three Islets, is a wall dive down to 30m and is also full of life including fimbriated, white-eyed, yellow margined and giant morays. This is also an excellent spot for a night dive when dancing Durban shrimps (hingebeak shrimps) can be seen in their millions along with banded boxer shrimps, wandering cowries, decorator crabs, round crabs, hermit crabs and painted rock lobster to name just a few of the many smaller critters present. Orange cup corals, prolific on many Burma dive sites cover large parts of the wall. Red finger coral and purple soft coral add color to deeper rocks boulders where white tip sharks can often be seen hiding.
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