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The Colorful Marine Life of Maldives – Explore the Underwater World!

The Maldives from the air features a spectacular sight. The world under the crystal-clear waters is no exception! Venture far off into the deep blue seas and discover its diverse and appealing marine life!

Rays

The majestic rays can truly intimidate you as they glide effortlessly in the oceans. Rays can be easily recognized by their flat bodies similar to sharks. Encounters with eagle rays are quite common in the Maldives as they generally prefer the open waters over the deep bottom of the sea.

Fish

The stunning beauty of the schools of fish that roam free in the deep blue waters of Maldives can truly take your breath away. These creatures add so much colour and charm to the oceans, making Maldives one of the most popular diving and snorkelling destinations in the world. The colourful coral reefs of the island provide important habitats for these fish.

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Sharks

Have you ever imagined swimming with a large group of hammerheads? The fearsome killing machines of the seas, with their razor-sharp teeth and icy cold eyes of death, also occupy the ocean around the Maldives. Some of the common species of sharks in the Maldives are black-tip reef shark, blue whale sharks, and hammerhead sharks. Many a Maldives resort hotel the likes of Anantara Veli Maldives Resort offers excursions into the deep sea to witness these gigantic creatures.

Sea Turtles

Love sea turtles? Here is a great chance to witness these magnificent creatures while holidaying in the Maldives. The gorgeous loggerhead turtles, hawksbill turtles, green turtles, olive ridley sea turtles and leatherback turtles can be seen here.

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Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+

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