Tumbi Point, Lake Malawi, Mozambique
Tumbi (without "h") Point is north of a 45 km-long segment of the eastern shoreline that consists of sandy beaches and
swampy river outlets without a single rocky habitat. This sandy section of the east coast ends at Metangula where most
rock-dwelling cichlids are different. The photo shows Tumbi Point when approached from the north.
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