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The Maldives boasts unique marine biodiversity due to its location, with diverse coral reefs, various fish species, and rare marine life like manta rays, turtles, sharks.

Firstly, resorts provide luxurious accommodations, ensuring a comfortable retreat after a day of diving. Flexibility in itinerary is a key benefit, allowing guests to customize their diving schedules. Resorts are strategically located for easy accessibility to both diving sites and on-land activities. Additionally, resorts cater to all skill levels, providing well-equipped training facilities for beginners and diverse dive sites for experienced enthusiasts. Unlike liveaboard boats, where specific dive sites may be dictated by the itinerary, resorts offer the flexibility to choose sites based on current conditions for an enhanced underwater adventure.

Answer: Yes, some species like Hawksbill turtles and certain species of sharks are endangered. Conservation efforts are in place to protect these species and their habitats.

Clownfish typically have a lifespan of 6 to 10 years in their natural habitat.

While dolphins are curious creatures, their jumps and leaps are more likely associated with communication, social bonding, and play rather than an attempt to get a better view of their surroundings.

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