A long time ago on this blog we played a very silly game of ‘Where’s Wally’. On that occasion, Wally was a kookaburra. Today we are going to play ‘Where’s Wally’ again. This time though, Wally is a fish.
Can you spot Wally?
I can assure you that Wally is a real fish, this isn’t photoshop, nothing has been superimposed. Wally is a very friendly fish who likes to photobomb over at Marine World during the fantastic Reef Magic Cruises.
So that’s Wally, photobombing again, this time in front of Mrs Bob and Elizabeth. No prizes then for guessing where we were today.
The Great Barrier Reef
What kind of fish is Wally?
I’ll get to that in a minute. But first, because it’s Friday, a video.
You may have noticed in that video that they made reference to the ‘Great Eight’. If you don’t know what that is, and I didn’t until very recently, I can tell you it’s a reference to 8 great sea creatures who live in the Great Barrier Reef.
Wally is one of them, because he is a Maori wrasse. The others are turtles, clown fish (think Nemo), manta rays, giant clams, cod, whales and sharks.
We all had a fantastic day today and we are sorry we are leaving Cairns tomorrow morning. Looking forward to Port Douglas next.