Underwater world of the PIR beach on Perhentian Islands in Malaysia

Gold saddle Rabbitfish “Siganus guttatus”
Gold saddle Rabbitfish “Siganus guttatus”.
Siganus guttatus grows to 42 cm in length
Siganus guttatus grows to 42 cm in length.
Golden rabbitfish can be recognised by the yellow blotch located dorsally in front of the caudal peduncle
Golden rabbitfish can be recognised by the yellow blotch located dorsally in front of the caudal peduncle.
Double bar rabbitfish “Siganus virgatus”
Double bar rabbitfish “Siganus virgatus”.
Greencheek parrotfish “Scarus prasiognathos”
Greencheek parrotfish “Scarus prasiognathos”.
Greencheek parrotfish also called Dusky parrotfish, Green-throat parrotfish and Singapore parrotfish
Greencheek parrotfish also called Dusky parrotfish, Green-throat parrotfish and Singapore parrotfish.
PIR beach is the only place where you can find turtles
PIR beach is the only place where you can find turtles.
I can show you the place where to find sea turtles. Do you see the boats in the distance?
I can show you the place where to find sea turtles. Do you see the boats in the distance?
Fishes of Southeast Asia: Emperor angelfish, Giant trevally, White eyed moray eel and Pacific lionfish
Fishes of Southeast Asia: Emperor angelfish, Giant trevally, White eyed moray eel and Pacific lionfish.
Reef life of Southeast Asia: Bubble anemone, Sea squirt, Barrel sponge and Adhesive anemone
Reef life of Southeast Asia: Bubble anemone, Sea squirt, Barrel sponge and Adhesive anemone.
Marine life of Southeast Asia: Harlequin Nudibranchs, Tiger cowrie, Murex shell and Peacock mantis shrimp
Marine life of Southeast Asia: Harlequin Nudibranchs, Tiger cowrie, Murex shell and Peacock mantis shrimp.
Two snorkelers in the water of the Perhentian Island Resort beach
Two snorkelers in the water of the Perhentian Island Resort beach.
Hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata”
Hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata”.
Adult hawksbill sea turtles have been known to grow up to 1 m in length, weighing around 80 kg on average
Adult hawksbill sea turtles have been known to grow up to 1 m in length, weighing around 80 kg on average.
Snorkelers are happy to watch the living hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata”
Snorkelers are happy to watch the living hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata”.
Many tourists watch the hawksbill sea turtle on the seabed
Many tourists watch the hawksbill sea turtle on the seabed.
Hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata” is a critically endangered sea turtle
Hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata” is a critically endangered sea turtle.
This hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata” is very old and pretty big
This hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata” is very old and pretty big.
Hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata imbricata”
Hawksbill sea turtle “Eretmochelys imbricata imbricata”.
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” raised her head above the water
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” raised her head above the water.
One can see the turtle shell of the green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” on the water surface
One can see the turtle shell of the green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” on the water surface.
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas”
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas”.
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” is accompanied by the sharksuckers “Echeneis naucrates”
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” is accompanied by the sharksuckers “Echeneis naucrates”.
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” swims with two Live sharksuckers “Echeneis naucrates”
Green sea turtle “Chelonia mydas” swims with two Live sharksuckers “Echeneis naucrates”.