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Biaha is a small island northeast of Amuk Bay, a haven for huge fish, sharks, sunfish as well as reef fish and smaller critters.

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Biaha has a vast number and great diversity of fish, abundant sharks and frequent pelagic visitors set against a backdrop of craggy black walls with beautiful, healthy corals and often superb visibility. This upwelling brings with it some of the marine life for which this area is famous such as schooling Pelagics and Mola-Mola. Biaha has a rock like a banana and is about four kilometer from Mimpang and Tepekong.

On the sand you can see lizardfish or you may be lucky to spot the heavily camouflaged peacock flounder, peering up at you with its two eyes, both on the same side of its flattened head. In the shallows cruise crocodile long toms and needlefish.

There is a beautiful and healthy reef around the island, a rocky slope in the north, a wall around the southern part. This rugged black wall, with the breaking waves above, is utterly beautiful in places and at times it is almost as if the fish are superfluous! There are various entry points around the island, and your dive can cover almost the entire circumference of the island, or just a small part, depending upon your interests and also, of course, the currents and conditions!

The inside area of the crescent, the east side of Biaha, has a cave large enough for six divers, in which white tip reef shark often sleep. The protected area outside the cave has interesting corals with many commensal shrimp and crab, and is home to anglerfish, leaf scorpionfish, octopus, cuttlefish, nudibranches, and could take up an entire dive.


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