Bum-Bum Island's muck dive sites to draw in new waves of tourists


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  • Monday, 24 Jun 2019

A tiny Spider Crab specimen, which can be found in Bum-Bum Island's muck dive sites.

KOTA KINABALU: From tiny colourful sea slugs to spider-like marine creatures, Semporna's Bum-Bum Island could be Sabah's newest dive tourism site following the discovery of what are called muck dive sites.

Muck dive sites are murky seabeds that house tiny and strange-looking marine creatures photographers and videographers love to take pictures and footage of.

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