Depth: 15-40 m 50-130 ft
Description: This is a wall reef with a steep drop-off broken up by several large vertical cracks, which often contain large crabs or nocturnal fishes. The deeper parts of the reef feature plateform corals, while the convoluted interface between sand and reef along the top of the wall creates a complex habitat that shelters a wealth of marine life
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Brown garden eel colony – Garden eels hide in the sand and consume small planktonic organisms that drift by in the currents. Watch these eels retreat into their burrows as you approach
2- Giant anemone – The largest and arguably most beautiful Caribbean anemone. Small invertebrates, such as shrimps and crabs, often hide among its stinging tentacles for protection
3- Pillar coral colonies – These beautiful corals grow in tall...
Creatures that live here (ID Common Name):
A.CG - Giant Anemone
C.CS - Banded Butterflyfish
C.HL - Brown Gar...
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