Rabida - August 1st, 2007
The rugged volcanic rock shoreline of Rabida Island.
Low scrubby bushes, Opuntia cacti and Palo Santo trees line the volcanic rock shoreline of Rabida Island. Sharks lurk beneath the rocky shelves of the coast.
Sharks sleep in caves in the volcanic rocks and sometimes wake up!
Other less ominous sea life is also very evident.
Bull sea lions that are unable to establish a territory and control a harem
take refuge in the underbrush on the fringe of the beach and the lagoon.
They are often scarred from their unsuccessful challenges for domination.