Depth: 10-40 m 35-130 ft
Description: A distinctive wall reef divided by a deep, wide canyon giving the site its name. At the very end of the great cut, a crevice shelters grouper and schooling jacks. The seaward expanse of reef is home to schooling snappers, grunts, and numerous cleaning stations. Several tunnels run from the main cut to the seaward side of the reef, where scalloped hammerheads sometimes pass
Points of special interest (click on the map for position):
1- Giant barrel sponge – One of the largest species of sponge in the Caribbean. They are usually found in slightly deeper water where wave action is low
2- Tunnels – This seaward section of the reef is riddled with narrow tunnels that run from the great cut to the seaward side of the reef, where scalloped hammerheads are sometimes seen
3- Stove-pipe sponge – The Caribbean’s largest variety of ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.ACc - Staghorn Coral
C.CL - Black Jack
G.EG - Cleaning ...
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