First we feed the Sergeant Major fish who are so spoiled by being fed by everyone who comes diving here. They are waiting when we enter the water
A real feeding frenzy ensues
Sari and Aurora are showing me how well they can hold their breath
Here is a puffer fish who absolutely refused to puff up for me.
This is a Sea Fan, an apartment of living corals with several blue headed wrass hanging around
This is a good sized sting ray. He was sleeping peacefully under the sand with just his eyes visible until we came along
A perfect brain coral with a baby damsel fish hovering. This reef was pretty well protected during hurricanes and has lots of beautiful corals
Just the other day we had some dolphins follow us right into our mooring at the reef and hang around until we got in the water.
There are four resident eagle rays which we see quite often. If they are feeling gracious, they will let us follow them for awhile
We even find the occasional Nurse Shark sleeping in a crevasse. Don't worry, they are more like overgrown catfish than sharks. I had to go poke this one to get him to move.
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