Andaman and Nicobar Islands is home to some of the most spectacular species of marine life in the world. With over 560 different species of corals recorded until date, the sheer colour and diversity of the sights underwater can leave you spellbound. The Andaman Islands pose snorkeling and scuba diving as one of their key attractions. One of the few tourist attractions in India for underwater activities, the coral reef in Andaman Islands makes it a must visit for everyone.
Apart from being mesmerized by the beauty of the world within your world, what do you really see underwater? This article takes you through some of the marine life and corals you may see during your dive or underwater walk.
In a typical reef you’ll find corals, snails, clams, sponges, anemones, crabs, worms, starfish, shrimps, lobsters, sea cucumbers, sea lilies, fish such as groupers, snappers, breams, surgeonfish, damselfish, butterflyfish, parrotfish, clownfish and a number of other highly coloured ornamental fish, sharks, turtles, dolphins, green algae, brown algae, red algae, sea grasses and dozens of other animal and plant groups that you’ve not even heard of. And all of them represented by dozens of species!
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