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Napoleon Reef

Listed under Coral Reefs in Bali, Indonesia.

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Napoleon Reef is about the size of a football field and is on an angle so that the top of it is only about five metres below the surface and the lowest section is about 30 metres below the surface.  A field of clasping flower corals thrives on it, and along the sides are forests of soft and hard corals – including a five metre wide Acropora, which looks something like a table.  Pygmy seahorses, spider crabs, porcupinefish and many other critters inhabit the reef, which is just off the coast of  Pemuteran is on the northern coast of Bali, west of Singaraja.

Written by  JP Condello.

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