It is always busy along Bloody Bay Wall. The vertical drop-off is teeming with colorful reef fish including a variety of angelfish, parrotfish, anthias and surgeonfish. Within the nooks and crannies of the wall find moray eels, lobsters and crabs as well as squirrelfish and blennies. You are also likely to encounter large Nassau grouper which like to roam the walls. Looking out into the blue, you might spot Caribbean reef sharks, sea turtles and the occasional blacktip reef shark.
Around Jackson’s Bight and other dive sites, healthy coral reefs are also brimming with marine life. Stingrays often dwell in sandy bottoms and nudibranch can be found amongst the hard and soft corals. Lookout for skittish sailfin blennies, Flaming Tongue shells and sometimes resting nurse sharks in the shallows. If lucky, coming in from the blue could be eagle rays, or sometimes even a manta ray.
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