A shrimp goby and its partner shrimp, Seraya, Bali, Indonesia.
Shrimp gobies live in a symbiotic relationship with blind shrimps. Both share a single hole in the sand - the goby guards the shrimp whilst it maintains the burrow. Seraya is located on Bali's NE coast and has become very popular with divers and photographers searching for unusual species. The signature site, 'Seraya Secrets' has a barren sand floor with small patches of sponge and other encrusting life, and rocks in the shallows. Bali is a very popular holiday destination for divers and offers a wide variety of different types of diving, from reefs and wrecks to mucks sites such as Puri Jati and Gilimanuk.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download