Molwe, Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania
The craggy ledges at the northern side of Molwe Bay.
The rocky shore at the northern side of Molwe Bay, with Molwe Village in the distance to the right.
Magnus (African Diving) descending under water along the rocky bottom (green flippers in the front left).
Molwe, one of several locations in southern Tanzania where Julidochromis sp. “Transcriptus Tanzania” coexists
with a J. regani-like or J. marlieri-like species.
Molwe Bay, southern Tanzania.
The beautiful shoreline just north of Molwe Village, southern Tanzania.
Completion of a dive at the northern side of Molwe Bay.
Three small rivers have their outlets in the innermost part of the bay, Lyasinda, Senge, and Isoka.
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