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The flag of the Solomon Islands was officially adopted on November 18, 1977.

The five white stars represent the five main island groups.

They remain a member of the British Commonwealth today.

Below you’ll find a sizable colony of soft coral and gorgonian sea whips growing in a canyon -- there’s a good chance you’ll see spotted eagle rays, huge tuna, snapper, wrasse and bass and even hawks bill and green turtles too. Divers spend their lives looking for these huge yet gentle beasts that can reach the length of an articulated lorry. Location: Off Khuraburi Island, 14 kilometers east of the Mu Koh Surin marine park.Dive groups now swim around and inside the silty wreck with flashlights to peer at its rusted machine guns, a railway freight car, torpedoes and more. Location: Around three hours from Sharm el Sheikh, on Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.You may even spot a few crocodile fish hiding in the sand by the wreck. This spot is what screensavers are made of; and in reality a swim here does actually feel like you’re in a computer game.The electric blue red-toothed triggerfish can reach up to half a meter in size in this spot, while the pyramid butterfly fish, with their yellow outer bodies and white bellies, gather in their hundreds. Sightings in this spot are so regular the locals have called it a "whale magnet." Even if you don’t see a whale shark you’ll still spot myriad pelagic schools of giant trevallies and dogtooth tuna. The surge and current can be strong here, so come prepared, but this means the marine life is directed straight into your path. Location: A one-hour boat ride from Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island.Here you’ll find so many sea lions, fur seals and clusters of hammerhead sharks you’ll probably forget about the tropical fish, manta rays, octopi marine tortoises and moray eels all around you. Formed during the last ice age, this submarine sinkhole is 300 meters wide, and a scary 124 meters deep.

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