Watching cormorants, part two.

Pelong Rocks, off the north coast of Brunei is protected as a wildlife santuary.  No one is allowed to visit to walk on the island as it's home to a pair of rare white kingfishers. Snorkelling around the island is however permitted. 

Pelong rocks is also home to a 500 year old legend, where there was a cockfight between roosters belonging to The Sultans family and the Chinese. Both roosters died at the end of their fight, the winner died and fell into the sea forming Pelong Rocks.  

While snorkelling today I found this pair of cormorant.  

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 And then there was one  

And then there was one  

 Back together again.  

Back together again.