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There is a line of divers waiting along the western ridge and wall for spotting mantas.
|Name Dive Site:||Ko Bon Western Ridge|
|Depth: ||5-40m (16-131ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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At the south side of Ko Bon is a small cove and a huge wall reaching depth of thirty meters. Continuing westward you will find a small ridge that goes even deeper and where many divers wait and try to spot white fins of manta ray. They often use this plankton rich area for a meal but also to be cleaned by the many cleaning stations around. Other sights here are leopard sharks lying on the sand near the ridge. Don't forget that the wall itself is a beacon of life with purple fire goby being one of the most rewarding sights. Other marine life includes damselfish, parrotfish, triggerfish, red octopus, frogfish and moray eels.
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