Snorkel photo's Florida
Florida's warm waters lies a visual paradise sure to dazzle any underwater
enthusiast. Running parallel to the Florida Keys is America's only living coral
reef. In 1990, The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary set aside some 2,800
square nautical miles of ocean stretching from Key West to The Dry Tortugas,
making it the second largest sanctuary in the United States.
Within and around this delicate coral reef you will find many inhabitants:
Angelfish, Parrot fish (known for its splendid color and parrot like mouth),
spotted lobster, eel, brain coral, shrimp, barracuda, rays and sometimes even
sharks. If you're a beginner don't worry too much about the larger marine life,
just make sure you don't wear shiny metals in the water and stay close to your
All shots from 'Key Largo Coralreef' we did
here : Keys Divers & Snorkel Center
A great trip on the water, nice crew, good
price. We did the trip 3 times.
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