Depth: 12-30 m 40-100 ft
Description: This relatively shallow reef consists of a gently sloping wall that leads up to a back reef zone littered with cracks and sand channels, where nurse sharks can often be found. The main feature of this site is an open sandy area with a large patch reef rising up out of its centre
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Red great star coral – Beyond their regular brown colour, these corals can also be blue, green or red. Studies suggest that the rare red colour morph is actually the hardest colour for fish to see, and may protect these corals from predation
2- Conch zone – The queen conch is the largest snail in the world and its shell can weigh as much as a bowling ball. Look for tracks in the sand and they may lead you to the animal itself
3- Patch reef – A large coral patch rises high up off ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.ACc - Staghorn Coral
A.AM - Atlantic Trumpetfish
A.CG - Giant An...
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