Brown Meagle's hole
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An event that now happens more and more rarely, being able to see and film the Brown Meagles (Sciaena umbra) Sciaenidae in their cave without disturbing them and making them flee. We are in Sardinia at Capo Spartivento, a paradise of beaches, coves, peaks and granite cliffs both on the surface and under water. The seabed varies from a few centimeters to 10/15 meters within a few hundred meters and the neighboring areas of the beaches are characterized by cliffs made up of large blocks of granite that both on the surface and underwater create numerous caves and crevices, shelter for lots of fish.
I found the Brown Meagles in a very large cave with various entrances and exits, generally their ideal Habitat, now more and more disturbed by the presence of man. The rarity of the event as well as the beauty of the scene itself is that it is increasingly difficult to find these fish in caves just a few meters deep and in areas frequented by bathers and tourists.
Brown Meagles therefore becomes an increasingly rare and difficult species to meet, in the video we can see the beauty and elegance of these fish. If you don’t frighten the Brown Meagles in fact tend to be very curious with the sub and once taken confidence they show off their colors blue, silver, gold, with reflections ranging from violet to turquoise. I think it is one of the most beautiful fish in the Mediterranean and seeing and photographing these fish in peace and in their natural environment is truly a sight that I recommend everyone to try. La buca delle Corvine Brown Meagles hole intotheblue.it