Showing all observations that have a likely ID using the The South African National Biodiversity Institute's southern African Species Dictionary
Lat/Lng: -34.2395, 18.4782
Nominal location of the point at Castle Rocks. Dive site extends order of 50m to the north, 100m to the east and south.
Lat/Lng: -34.2078, 18.4624
Location representative of dive site which extends about 50m radius around this point.
Lat/Lng: -30.2761, 30.7591
Or perhaps dropped from a fisherman's bait box?
Looks like the gulls have had a go.
Shouldn't be juvenile Sards during KZN's annual run, should there?
Lat/Lng: -33.8322, 26.2826
I took a photo of this fish carried by a tern, can you please tell me what specie of fish is it?
Lat/Lng: -29.9, 31.1
Lat/Lng: -27.3702, 32.7152
Small pelagic fish - about 3 cm long.
Lat/Lng: -28.9475, 31.7818
About 10 cm. Fairly abundant, Netted in shallow water
About 54 mm long, Abundant. Netted in shallow water
4 to 5 cm. Netted in shallow water
Lat/Lng: -33.970178333333, 23.5642875
Lat/Lng: -32.9858, 27.956
Can any one tell me what this minnow might be - seen on Nahoon Beach on 27 September. Apparently the photo is not good enough for a positive ID but any calculated guess would do.
Lat/Lng: -33.97812, 23.56471
Lat/Lng: -34.0482, 18.357
The "sardine run" show was on in Hout Bay this morning with thousands of gulls, cormorants, terns, seals and dolphins all partaking extraordinarily. This sardine was washed up briefly before being snapped up by a tern.
Lat/Lng: -34.263019, 18.380942
About 20cm long.