Under the Sea fan

Under the Sea fan

I am always amazed at seeing the evolution all wrecks go through, starting the moment they are sunk. Here, a school of grunts takes refuge under a large sea fan growing out from the wreck. Seeing how all sorts of growth like sponge, sea fan, coral, algae, etc cover...
Sun Anemone

Sun Anemone

While snorkeling in the shallow waters off a private beach in the Bahamas, I happened onto a small shallow coral reef and around the surrounding hard bottom of the coral reef were sun anemones. Sun anemones also called the Caribbean carpet anemone, make their homes in...
Flamingo in Purple

Flamingo in Purple

Pictured is a Flamingo Tongue Snail making its way along a purple sea fan. Flamingo tongue snail are a marine species of gastropod mollusk that presents very distinct beautiful markings on its shell making them very easy to recognize. Most often I find these snails at...
Bubble Tip Shrimp

Bubble Tip Shrimp

Pictured is a Spotted Anemone Shrimp on the tip of a tentacle of a Giant Caribbean Sea Anemone. Living in a commensalism symbiotic relationship, the anemone provides refuge and a home for the shrimp, while the shrimp defends as well as tends to the surrounding area of...
United Caribbean

United Caribbean

The United Caribbean Shipwreck located off the coast of Boca Raton, Florida is a commonly visited shipwreck site that Pompano Dive Center visits. The wreck sits at about 70 feet to the sand with the deck being at about 50 feet. History: Originally built in 1969 this...

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