Depth: 10-25 m 30-80 ft
Description: This Grace Bay reef features a small wall that is notched by a wide, wedge-shaped channel. Scattered across the reef top are many sand patches and channels off ering the opportunity to observe a variety of creatures, from urchins to anemones, lobster and conch
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Pillar coral colonies – These beautiful corals grow in tall columns that stretch towards the surface. Their polyps are large, making the colony appear furry
2- Banded coral shrimps – These red and white banded shrimp are the reef’s most conspicuous. Some have lost claws or legs in fights with other shrimp or predators, but don’t worry - lost limbs are regrown as a shrimp moults
3- Cleaning goby station – Cleaning gobies love to feed on ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.ACc - Staghorn Coral
A.CG - Giant Anemone
C.CCb - Foureye But...
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