Depth: 13-40 m 40-130 ft
Description: This wall reef bows inwards like a giant bowl. Divers follow the curve of the bowl, exploring the steep wall to the north, and return to the boat via the shallower reef top. The back-reef contains plenty of sponges and soft corals as well as flamingo tongues and trumpetfish
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Dome-shaped corals – Boulder star corals form domes in the shallows and plates in deeper water - adaptations that allow them to capture more light. Dome-shaped corals often host cleaning stations
2- Plateform corals – These corals spread out in deep areas to catch more sunlight. Look underneath the plates to find nocturnal species hiding in their shade
3- Goby cleaning station – Watch cleaning gobies remove parasites from...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.AM - Atlantic Trumpetfish
A.BA - Corkscrew Anemone
D.DAb - Southern ...
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