Hon Mun Marine Protected Area in central beach town Nha Trang is a popular diving spot famed for its 350 species of coral reefs and diverse sea life.
A uniquely formed sea creature with a radiating blue tail.
A species of sea anemone clings to the reef.
The clown fish is covered with a protective mucus layer; therefore, it is not poisoned by the anemone's venom. In return, the anemone receives leftover food from the clownfish.
A shrimp hides safely in the milky white reef.