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Saba    Saba may look tiny and rocky above the water, but undersea it's got a wealth of dive sites, especially around a number of spiky offshore pinnacles, richly encrusted with coral and sponges. The protected Saba Marine Park, Ford Bay circles the entire island, including four seamounts (underwater mountains), more than two dozen marked and buoyed dive sites, and a snorkeling trail.  More Info: www.sabatourism.com

Saba Saba may look tiny and rocky above the water, but undersea it's got a wealth of dive sites, especially around a number of spiky offshore pinnacles, richly encrusted with coral and sponges. The protected Saba Marine Park, Ford Bay circles the entire island, including four seamounts (underwater mountains), more than two dozen marked and buoyed dive sites, and a snorkeling trail. More Info: www.sabatourism.com

It is unusual sight to see so many different fish this close together.  They are feeding on an egg mass laid by Sergeant Majors (Abudefduf saxatilits) Saba, © 1985 Wayne Eastep "The Living Seas".  #Underwater  #Caribbean  #Fish  #Nature

It is unusual sight to see so many different fish this close together. They are feeding on an egg mass laid by Sergeant Majors (Abudefduf saxatilits) Saba, © 1985 Wayne Eastep "The Living Seas". #Underwater #Caribbean #Fish #Nature

The volcanic rocks on the shore of Briar's Island, Nova Scotia. by Caiteyb

The volcanic rocks on the shore of Briar's Island, Nova Scotia. by Caiteyb

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