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Whitetip reef sharks often hide and rest at the dive site Shark Cave where you can approach them real close.
|Name Dive Site:||Shark Cave|
|Depth: ||25-27m (82-88ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||la_laguna_beach_club|
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Shark Cave is a large overhang, which is a favorite spot for white-tip reef sharks to rest during the day. It is also home to Blue Spotted Sting Rays, Moray Eels and Octopus. About 90 meters from the caves stands the atoll. This building sized rock harbors many moray eels, lionfish and scorpionfish. Red toothed triggerfish hover above the rock and duck into holes at the slightest sign of danger. Shark Cave is usually visited at the beginning of a multilevel dive of the Pink Wall or as a stop on the way to the Canyons.
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