Hawksbill Turtles

Hawksbill Turtles

Hawksbill Turtles get their name from the shape of the upper jaw, which is hooked like a hawk's bill... read more

   
Porcupinefish

Porcupine Fish

The Porcupinefish is a type of balloonfish or blowfish. When it feels threatened, it can balloon up to... read more

   
Barracuda

Barracuda

The Great Barracuda found here in the Caribbean can grow up to 6 feet in length. It has a large mouth containing two sets of razor-sharp teeth.... read more

   
Spotted Eagle Ray

Spotted Eagle Ray

The magnificent Spotted Eagle Ray flies through the water with its wing-like fins.... read more

   
Peacock Flounder

Peacock Flounder

The Peacock Flounder looks like a fish that was stepped on. Flounder have both eyes on top of their flat heads.... read more

   
Caribbean Reef Squid

Caribbean Reef Squid

Caribbean Reef Squid are fun to watch because they can instantly change their color and their skin pattern, both for camouflage and to communicate with each other.... read more

   
Cowfish and Trunkfish

Cowfish and Trunkfish

The brightly colored Cowfish doesn’t have a skeleton. Like other trunkfish, his body is made of bony plates that fuse together in a boxy shape... read more

   
Atlantic Spadefish

Blue Tangs

Blue tangs are often found swimming in large schools cruising over the reef top, grazing on algae... read more

   
Atlantic Spadefish

Atlantic Spadefish

Atlantic Spadefish are usually curious, and will often stay nearby and watch the divers that are watching them.... read more


This website is a loving tribute to our fish and other sea life comrades and the gorgeous colorful sea world they inhabit.