Three long, tall coral structures make up the Mountains of Dalila, separated by a sandy bottom filled with stunning, low profile coral outcroppings that are covered by a blanket of leafy, green vines and vivid encrusting corals and sponges. Small schools of smooth trunkfish bob and bounce their way across the reef that is lush with golden gorgonians, delicate lettuce corals and feathery hydroids. Overhangs and narrow passageways between the mountains provide protection for an unusual abundance of majestic, neon blue and yellow queen angelfish.
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