Marine and Avian Life

Marine and Avian Life

Amit Aggarwal Noida The Maldives is a wonderland. I spotted countless whales, dolphins, octopuses and lots of other marine life. Also, saw some colourful birdlife.

An archipelago of 1192 islands in the Indian Ocean, comprising heaven on earth which Maldives is considered to be, is richly endowed with a wide variety of flora and fauna. The lack of inland wildlife (consisting notably of the flying fox and the shrew), is amply compensated for by an unimaginable, amazing and diverse variety of marine life, living corals along the reefs, of which whales, whale sharks, dolphins, manta rays, sting rays, jellyfish, tilapia, starfish, snakes, crabs, turtles, tuna, octopus, squid, crabs, clams, and lobsters are integral to the area. The avifauna is largely limited to pelagic birds and Eurasian migratory birds like grey heron and common sand piper. Ari Atoll, HP Reef and Madhoogari Reef are ideal for observing coral reefs, while the best place to see the Manta ray is Manta Point. Alimantha Point is an ideal diving spot to explore the ocean teeming with marine...

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