Depth: 12-50 m 50-150 ft
Description: A wall reef that begins with a descent through the “North Pole Cave” - a deep chimney that exits near the bottom of the wall. Along the wall to the north, a series of tall, deep cracks shelter schooling jacks, while a large sandy patch at the bottom of the wall marks the turnaround point. Divers return to the boat along the rocky reef top
Points of special interest (click on the map for position):
1- Staghorn coral zone – A fragile branching coral species that has become rare in the Caribbean. Damselfish often live among the protective branches of this coral
2- Schooling fish – Mahogany snapper, yellow goatfish, bermuda chub and grunts school together here for protection from predators
3- The chimney – The entrance to “North Pole Cave” is identified by ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
C.CL - Black Jack
C.CO - Spotfin Butterflyfish
C.CP - Caribbean Reef ...
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