This is an authorized translation in English of a post in French by @marc-allaria: BORNEO - Stop#6 - LE LAC AUX MEDUSES...!
As my primary language is not English, there are probably some mistakes in my translation.
Remember that the person who speaks here is NOT me, Vincent Celier (@vcelier), but Marc Allaria (@marc-allaria), a French guy.
BORNEO - THE JELLYFISH LAKE
One of two species present
After several weeks of diving on similar profiles, we always want a little change. If the flat allows me to vary the pleasures a little, what the villagers and managers of the hotel tell me amazes me.
Two species are found here. One is transparent, the other is pink. That's about all my science can tell about these jellyfish! I had never seen so many jellyfish. Thousands of them, locked up for generations in a small space perhaps waiting one day for a return to open water ...
Brittle stars and sponges
The water half salty, half sweet, is cool, the pleasant moment and the banks offer a whole set of sponges, brittle stars, "sea" stars, and small fish that bring a little diversity to my usual decor. Everything seems so foreign to me that I will not be surprised that new species are hiding here. Surely someone has already done this job.
Borneo will have given me many images and memories, it is now time to go to another land of discovery, Sulawesia.
01: DISCOVER THE PHILIPPINES: Funny situations ...! at sea..., by @marc-allaria
02: DISCOVER THE PHILIPPINES: The fishing file ...!, by @marc-allaria
03: DISCOVER THE PHILIPPINES: The Cagayan Islands, by @marc-allaria
04: DISCOVER THE PHILIPPINES: Seaweed...!, by @marc-allaria
05: DISCOVER THE PHILIPPINES: The Bacuit Archipelago, by @marc-allaria
06: BORNEO: Kudat and the technical stop, by @marc-allaria
07: BORNEO: Kinabatangan River, by @marc-allaria
08: BORNEO: Maratua, part 1, by @marc-allaria
09: BORNEO: Big Fish School, by @marc-allaria
10: BORNEO: Diving in Maratua ...!, by @marc-allaria