Marine life directory of

Example Divers

Australia » Cairns, Qld

Welcome to the marine life directory of Example Divers.

Koh Tao offers a big variety of marine life animals. One of the most exiting things to see here are Whale Sharks. The biggest chance to see them are in the months March, April, May, September and October at the dive sites Chumpon, Southwest or Sail Rock.

All year around you are very likely to see (different kinds of) anemonefishes, angelfishes, barracudas, butterflyfishes, corals, damselfishes, groupers, jacks, nudibranchs, porcupinefishes, parrotfishes, moray eels, shrimps, stingrays and turtles. You probably see many more other species .

Whether you will do a dive course or do fun diving at Example Divers, you will definitely see many marine life animals. Our staff can advise you when you are looking for something specific.

  1. Yellowtail clownfish

    Amphiprion clarkii

    Tiago Sa Brito (C) All rights reserved

  2. Clown anemonefish

    Amphiprion ocellaris

    Richard Whitcombe (C) All rights reserved

  3. Pink anemonefish

    Amphiprion perideraion

    Dray van Beeck (C) All rights reserved

  4. Saddleback clownfish

    Amphiprion polymnus

    Andaman (C) All rights reserved

  5. Spinecheek anemonefish

    Premnas biaculeatus

    cbpix (C) All rights reserved

  6. Bluering angelfish

    Pomacanthus annularis

    Nantawat (C) All rights reserved

  7. Emperor angelfish (adult)

    Pomacanthus imperator

    davidpstephens (C) All rights reserved

  8. Great barracuda

    Sphyraena barracuda

    aquapix (C) All rights reserved

  9. Yellowtail barracuda

    Sphyraena flavicauda

    Kristina Vackova (C) All rights reserved

  10. Blackfin barracuda

    Sphyraena qenie

    Soren Egeberg Photography (C) All rights reserved

  11. Orbicular batfish (adult)

    Platax orbicularis

    Derek Keats (CC: BY)

  12. Longfin batfish (adult)

    Platax teira

    tae208 (C) All rights reserved

  13. Moontail bullseye

    Priacanthus hamrur

    aquapix (C) All rights reserved

  14. Fluted giant clam

    Tridacna squamosa

    aquapix (C) All rights reserved

  15. Yellow boxfish (adult)

    Ostracion cubicus

    Derek Keats (CC: BY)

  16. Yellow boxfish (juvenile)

    Ostracion cubicus

    Stubblefield Photography (C) All rights reserved

  17. Two-lined monocle bream

    Scolopsis bilineata

    orlandin (C) All rights reserved

  18. Lined butterflyfish

    Chaetodon lineolatus

    orlandin (C) All rights reserved

  19. Raccoon butterflyfish

    Chaetodon lunula

    Rich Carey (C) All rights reserved

  20. Eightband butterflyfish

    Chaetodon octofasciatus

    orlandin (C) All rights reserved

  21. Copperband butterflyfish

    Chelmon rostratus

    Ian Scott (C) All rights reserved

  22. Pennant coralfish

    Heniochus acuminatus

    cbpix (C) All rights reserved

  23. Large toothed cardinalfish

    Cheilodipterus macrodon

    Levent Konuk (C) All rights reserved

  24. Five-lined cardinalfish

    Cheilodipterus quinquelineatus

    orlandin (C) All rights reserved

  25. Yellowstriped cardinalfish

    Ostorhinchus cyanosoma

    Rich Carey (C) All rights reserved

  26. Narrowstripe cardinalfish

    Pristiapogon exostigma

    Derek Keats (CC: BY)

  27. Tiger cowrie

    Cypraea tigris

    Vlad61 (C) All rights reserved

  28. Whitespotted hermit

    Dardanus megistos

    Tiago Sa Brito (C) All rights reserved

  29. Porcelain crab

    Neopetrolisthes maculatus

    Christophe Rouziou (C) All rights reserved

  30. Scissortail sergeant

    Abudefduf sexfasciatus

    Cigdem Sean Cooper (C) All rights reserved

  31. Indo-Pacific sergeant

    Abudefduf vaigiensis

    serg_dibrova (C) All rights reserved

  32. Blue green damselfish

    Chromis viridis

    Derek Keats (CC: BY)

  33. Whitetail dascyllus

    Dascyllus aruanus

    orlandin (C) All rights reserved

  34. Threespot dascyllus

    Dascyllus trimaculatus

    orlandin (C) All rights reserved

  35. Lemon damsel

    Pomacentrus moluccensis

    Paul and Jill (CC: BY)

  36. Scribbled leatherjacket filefish

    Aluterus scriptus

    Stubblefield Photography (C) All rights reserved

  37. Goldband fusilier

    Pterocaesio chrysozona

    stephan kerkhofs (C) All rights reserved

  38. Indian goatfish

    Parupeneus indicus

    Paul and Jill (CC: BY)

  39. Peacock hind

    Cephalopholis argus

    stephan kerkhofs (C) All rights reserved

  40. Coral hind

    Cephalopholis miniata

    Derek Keats (CC: BY)

  41. Blacktip grouper

    Epinephelus fasciatus

    Richard Whitcombe (C) All rights reserved

  42. Brown-marbled grouper

    Epinephelus fuscoguttatus

    stephan kerkhofs (C) All rights reserved

  43. Malabar grouper

    Epinephelus malabaricus

    Daniel Wilhelm (C) All rights reserved

  44. Harlequin sweetlips (adult)

    Plectorhinchus chaetodonoides

    think4photop (C) All rights reserved

  45. Harlequin sweetlips (juvenile)

    Plectorhinchus chaetodonoides

    orlandin (C) All rights reserved

  46. Herring scad

    Alepes vari

    Derek Keats (CC: BY)

  47. Orangespotted trevally (silvery)

    Carangoides bajad

    Cigdem Sean Cooper (C) All rights reserved

  48. Bluefin trevally

    Caranx melampygus

    serg_dibrova (C) All rights reserved

  49. Bigeye trevally

    Caranx sexfasciatus

    stephan kerkhofs (C) All rights reserved

  50. Rainbow runner

    Elagatis bipinnulata

    Peter Leahy (C) All rights reserved