There were some amount of corals here and there. There were the hard corals.
And also the soft corals
Glass anemone (Dofleinia sp.). By looking at it, you could understand why it's common name is glass anemone~
Peacock anemone. These are not true anemone. Something new I learnt from Mei lin!! :)
When I was photo-editing, I found a pair of tiny elbow crab on the peacock anemone!!
Bailer Snail (melo melo) quite a huge snail. This snail is listed as an endangered animal but it seems that it is doing rather fine at Beting Bronok.
Blue Dragon Nudibranch (Pteraeolida ianthina). Pretty nudibranch. Its projections do make it look like it could glow in the dark!!
Denison's nudibranch (Dendrodoris denisoni). This cool nudibranch eats sponges.
Bushy slug (Polybranchia orientialis). At first I thought it was just seaweed, but Chay Hoon's sharp eyes and experiences says that it is a sea slug!!! What a way to camouflage... This is definitely an unusual find!
Starry mouthed nudibranch (Bornella sp.). Another great find by Chay Hoon!!!
Unknown Nudibranch. According to chay hoon, this is a Mexichromis sp. and it's rare. But as this nudibranch is not underwater, it has curled itself up...
Flatworm. Moving really fast.. maybe it was trying to get away from me.. HAHA.
False scorpion fish (Centrogeny vaigiensis). Really really really small!!! Only saw it when I bent down to study the area around me.. They have