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Snorkeling with big Schools of Trevallies - Western Australia - Ningaloo Reef

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Hey everybody,
I recently returned to the place where I spent my entire working holiday in Australia, namely Coral Bay by the Ningaloo Reef.
I went to go back in order to film a few episodes of the things I saw whilest snorkeling out on the inner reef duing my first visit.

This is the first episode ( out of 3 ) and features the large schools of trevallies that you can find on the outer parts of the inner reef.
Luckely I got most of the shots I was hoping for.


The 2:nd and 3:rd epsiodes are coming soon, and will feature sharks, the huge inner reef and sunset snorkeling.

Looking forward to hear what people think!
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