North of Island #8. The large jumble of granite boulders that run out of the bay on the northern edge of Whale Back Rock form a number of exciting swim-thrus, cracks and crevices housing a great variety of invertebrates and crustaceans. Around the pinnacles areas of flat, white sand hide blue-spotted ribbontail stingray and the occasional whiptail stingray. The rocky areas between the boulders are adorned with an array of soft corals and sea fans, particularity the outer pinnacles to southwest. Extending away from the island the topography is generally flat and sandy with scattered rocks and coral outcroppings. There are also some swim-thrus on the western side.
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