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Bonaire Dive Log: Sabadeco Pier

This is our "House dive". For six months or so, we had the privilege of seeing this Frogfish (named "eduardina" by my nephew) nearly every dive. She is the most active Frogfish I've ever seen! Also lots of Boga action, including cleaning behavior.

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