Volume 7       Number 5

In this issue:
- Face to Face 1: Big Black Grouper
- Face to Face 2: Queen Angelfish

  Face to Face 1: Big Black Grouper        Back to Top

The Black Grouper is rare on many reefs, but we saw this big Black Grouper face to face in the Exumas Land and Sea Park. Click here to read all about it.

  Face to Face 2: Queen Angelfish        Back to Top

Queen Angelfish are common in the Caribbean, but these shy fish can be hard to photograph. Click here to see this lucky face-to-face encounter with this Queen Angelfish.


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