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Grand Cayman: Channel's End Reef Dive

Seventh dive of the trip. We saw more fish than any previous dive, almost like back on Bonaire: Yellowhead Jawfish, Nassau Groupers, a small school of Chub, an Indigo Hamlet and a very nice French Angelfish.

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