Underwater cam in Innahura - Maldives live cam
Live images from the Innahura seabed in the Maldives

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    • 5 hours ago
    • Adrian Allain

    These slugs love skiing down the slope.

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    • 5 hours ago
    • Jenny

    Just seen two rays and then a slug slithered over the lens!

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    • 6 hours ago
    • Kathryn Elliott

    i like the sea slugs is there any reason why there are so many lately?

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    • 8 hours ago
    • Duncan

    Fish, sharks and sea slugs at the same time. What's not to like?

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    • 13 hours ago
    • Derek05

    Hannah and Dave, small world indeed, we are in Garstang ! Stay safe my friends.

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    • 21 hours ago
    • Dave Harris

    @ Hannah, small world, my grandparents lived in Fulwood, and we had a business on Church Street, myself up the coast in Lytham. Site is fun, beats BBC etc in lock down by miles ! Might need a day or two to find out how to get the best out of it, shame you missed all the fun with the Stromboli eruption. I stream this onto the TV for a 'virtual aquarium. in the corner off the lounge. Just ask if need help, plenty folk on here..

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    • 23 hours ago
    • trish

    hi Hannah88. are you new to this cam? if so, you will love it!

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    • 23 hours ago
    • Hannah88

    Hi all. I'm watching from Fulwood Preston Lancashire UK.

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    • 1 day ago
    • Kathryn Elliott

    thanks Jenny he was moving in for a selfie with his little horns waggling!

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    • 1 day ago
    • Jenny

    Kathryn: Lovely pic of the sea slug! Who would have thought a slug could be so cute?

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    • 1 day ago
    • barbara lister

    Thankyou for cleaning the camera lens- lovey clear piccy now

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    • 2 days ago
    • Peter

    HALIL thanks for the updates

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    • 2 days ago
    • HALIL

    Nudibranchs are soft shell, marine gastropod mollusks that shed their shells after larval stages. They often stand out with their extraordinary colors and striking forms, and colorful nicknames such as "clown", "marigold", "majestic", "dancer", "dragon" or "sea rabbit" were given.
    Currently, about 3,000 valid types of nudibranches are known. (Wikiwand)

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    • 2 days ago
    • Adrian Allain

    There are a few sea slugs / nudibranchs moving around on the seabed. Not exactly sluggish.

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    • 2 days ago
    • Dave Harris

    Lancashire UK myself, just a bit south of Blackpool Airport, near Royal Lytham Golf Course...

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    • 2 days ago
    • trish

    hi Chris. just by Exeter airport.