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Butterfly Bay, Hook Is.
05/17/2012

Here is a shot of Leu Cat as we swam back from our dive. Notice the new shade tarp on the front.

Butterfly Bay, Hook Is.
05/17/2012

One of the many Sargent Majors we aw during this dive.

Butterfly Bay, Hook Is.
05/17/2012

While snorkeling Mary Margaret spied this two foot across, green-colored giant clam. It was so fat, that it could not readily close up tight when I approached it.

Butterfly Bay, Hook Is.
05/17/2012

Intermixed with some of the stag horn coral, we saw this really weird type of soft coral. At first I thought it was some type of sea anemone but it was not.

Butterfly Bay, Hook Is.
05/17/2012

The next day we just fell off of the boat and drifted over to the shore of our anchorage. Once there, we explored the reefs and rocks. While not as exciting, varied or colorful as what we saw the previous day in Maureen Bay, it was still great to be in the water and enjoying the views. Here is a typical view of the coral we saw.

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