Providenciales - Beach Near Serendipity
A blue tang is seen above boulder brain coral.
Nassau groupers (with the characteristic "black saddle"
just in front of the tail) often rest on the bottom.
Three parallel lines of white spots are seen on
the sides of the juvenile stoplight parrot fish .
The bluehead is a commonly seen species.
The flourescent queen angel fish is one of the most colourful
fish to be encountered amongst the coral below Serendipity.
A porcupine fish pokes its head out from a hole in the coral.
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Jacksonville, Florida: New World Publications, 2006.
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