Depth: 10-35 m 30-120 ft
Description: A sloping fore reef stretches down to a circular sand patch known as The Cathedral. A deep channel to the east extends seaward with an interesting reef wall. Star corals are abundant here, and take on a dome shape in shallower areas. Countless small creatures live between the coral heads, such as moray eels, brittlestars and urchins
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Broken pillar coral – These beautiful corals grow in tall columns reaching towards the surface. This particular colony has been damaged, but a new colony is growing from the broken fragment
2- Green moray den – The green moray is the Caribbean’s largest species of moray eel; they have poor vision and hunt for fish and crustaceans mainly using their sense of smell
3- Pederson cleaning shrimp zone – Pederson cleaning shrimp are usually found on corkscrew ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.L - Mantis Shrimp
B.OA - Redlip Blenny
C.AP - Redspotted Hawk...
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