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By the dawn of the 10th March Australia had long receded from the aft deck view as Black Watch set course for a true ‘Wonder of the World’ in the shape of Komodo Island and its infamous dragons. We would have two full days crossing the Timor and Savu seas before reaching Komodo and I anticipated some good cetacean action once we hit the deeper waters. On the 10th there were plenty of birds to see, with over 100 Streaked Shearwater and a similar number of Sooty Terns being by far the dominant bird two species, but they never really came close enough to the ship for photography purposes. Flying fish were the most numerous living things and thousands scattered like starbursts as the ship’s bow wave pulsed through their bodies. Scour...
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