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Grand Cayman: Mushroom Reef Dive

Some of the prettiest hard and soft coral of any of our Cayman dives. Fish highlights were beautiful Yellow Phase and Bicolor Coneys, a Porcupinefish, a Shy and Barred Hamlet and a very pale blotchy Blue Tang being cleaned.

filmmaker: Blennylips

country: Cayman Islands

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