A tassled wobbegong lying camouflaged on a rocky bottom, Triton Bay, West Papua, Indonesia.
Wobbegongs are ambush predators that rely on remarkable camouflage to remain undetected. They use tassles along the edge of the body to break up their outline. The coastal waters of Triton Bay are rich in nutrients washed down from the surrounding hills. As a result underwater life is dominated by filter feeders such as colorful soft corals and black corals. Triton Bay is also very well known for its marine biodiversity. at the southern end of the Bay are healthy coral reefs with plenty of fish life.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download