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A group of divers enters the sea from Woodlands Beach
The flying gurnard plentiful in Montserrat's waters is patrolling the sand between the patch reefs.
The southern stingray patrols the sand flats for food. Every creature hiding in the sand is on its food plan.
Stunning colors of encrusting sponges in Montserrat's shallow reefs
Trumpet fish plays hide and seek
The schoolmaster is a frequent resident in Montserrat's reefs
Seahorses, although not so rare, are seldom seen. They are too well camouflaged
Sponges and soft coral in the deep reefs
This giant barrel sponge in 25 feet deep in the Potato Hill Reef was partly destroyed by hurricane Louis. It is growing back from its base, and in a couple of years it will have reached its former size.
Cleanup day in Little Bay on 22nd of July 2001. Eleven divers and nine helpers cleaned the Potato Hill Reef and the beach in Little Bay.
A Marine Turtle rests under a Boulder in Woodlands Bay Reef
Dive into Earth Day 2002
A:divers and helpers are ready for work; B: divers show off some of the recovered debris
NASA picture taken July 2001
The remarkable recovery of nature
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