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Different types of sharks are the main reason to dive this deep wall drop-off.
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The dive begins at a deep drop-off, which becomes a slope after about 200 metres, only ten minutes away. We dive along a wall that is beautifully overgrown with gorgonian fans, sponges and whip corals. When the current sets in, we meet big schools of jacks and snappers. After we arrive at the slope, we go down to about 40m depth. With a bit of luck, you can meet every kind of predatory fish there - grey and white-tip reef sharks, as well as eagle rays and at some times of the year, hammerheads. The site always offers a lot of diversity, and even if there are no predatory fish, you are bound to come across turtles and napoleons. Back on the reef top, we pass a coral block with leaf fish and snails. Before we surface, we have a look under a table coral where some small sharks offer them accommodation.
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