Around the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts, many fish come to take shelter and hunt so expect to see schools of barracuda and trevally, and colorful reef fish like angelfish, boxfish and pufferfish. Moray eels have also made a home on the wreck and you may find them peeking out of cracks and crevices. Blennies are also fun to look for and harder to miss are inquisitive goliath groupers. Around the sandy bottom of the wreck there are garden eels, starfish and sea cucumbers.
At wall dives and coral gardens, soft and hard coral growth is plentiful. Many different types of sponges, sea fans and sea whips brighten up the scene. Nassau groupers are often seen waiting to ambush unsuspecting prey, while parrotfish buzz around looking for food. Hawksbill sea turtles and green sea turtles are a likely sighting as are lobsters. Out in the blue and on sandy bottoms, find eagle rays and stingrays. Caribbean reef sharks are not that common here but you can see nurse sharks resting on the sea floor or hiding under boulders and table coral.
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