A field of sponge and coral outcroppings stretches across the Caribbean sand interspersed by larger coral heads and small reef ridges where snowflake and spotted moray eels hide away in the nooks and crannies waiting for a tasty morsel to pass by. Golden gorgonians and large barrel sponges are scattered liberally in between the colonies of stony brain corals and tube sponges. Colourful queen triggerfish patrol their invisible boundaries, hovering above the yellow stingrays and peacock flounders who nestle themselves in amongst the sand and rubble.
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