Belize underwater (2005)

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A Yellowtail Damselfish over a bit of fire coral ,Horse-eye Jack swimming away with a couple of either Mutton Snappers or Schoolmasters below,A Ballyhoo (note the very long lower jaw),A Southern Stingray and Nurse Shark taken, appropriately enough, at Shark Ray Alley in the Hol Chan Marine Reserve,Another Nurse Shark, there were lots of them but they were very shy,A very friendly Black Grouper and some Horse-eye Jacks taken at Hol Chan Marine Reserve,See told you it was a friendly fish,A juvenile damselfish, either a Beaugregory or a Cocoa Damselfish. Sorry about the focus,A whole lot of fish – Hol Chan Marine Reserve,A French Angelfish – These are hard to get pictures of since you’re mostly swimming over their heads, but this one flipped over sideways to give Andy the evil eye when he dove down to take the picture.,Probably a Blue Tang – possibly a Doctor or Surgeon,Unidentified fish hiding in some Gorgonian coral,Another stingray swimming through some nice corals,A whole bunch of grunts – Caesar or Bluestriped, we’re not sure,Queen Triggerfish,Blue Chromis,From left to right – a Bluehead Wrasse, a Yellowhead Wrasse and a Blue Chromis,Michelle snorkeling,Jerry, Sharon and Michelle heading back from Hol Chan,Mexico Rocks,Striped parrotfish,Bar Jacks at Mexico Rocks,A parrotfish (you can tell because its eating the coral), probably a Redband,Coral including Fan Coral and a small dark fish (heh),A Spotted Eagle Ray at Mexico Rocks – look at that tail!!,The Eagle Ray back again for another pass by,Don’t know what he was eating but he seemed to be enjoying it immensely,Definitely Caesar grunts in Gorgonian coral,There is a Nurse Shark right in the centre of the picture – Mexico Rocks,A Southern Stingray spotted at Mexico Rocks,Diver checking out an Angelfish and some Sergeant Majors,Clockwise from 12 o’clock – a couple of Gray Angelfish, a pair of juvenile parrotfish, some Sargeant Majors and I don’t know what’s lurking under the big coral,A Porkfish (the one with black stripes on its face) making a dash for cover under the coral overhang,A Spotted Eagle Ray at Mexico Rocks – look at that tail!!,The Eagle Ray back again for another pass by,Don’t know what he was eating but he seemed to be enjoying it immensely,Definitely Caesar grunts in Gorgonian coral,There is a Nurse Shark right in the centre of the picture – Mexico Rocks,A Southern Stingray spotted at Mexico Rocks,Diver checking out an Angelfish and some Sergeant Majors,Clockwise from 12 o’clock – a couple of Gray Angelfish, a pair of juvenile parrotfish, some Sargeant Majors and I don’t know what’s lurking under the big coral,A Porkfish (the one with black stripes on its face) making a dash for cover under the coral overhang,The Eagle Ray back again for another pass by,Don’t know what he was eating but he seemed to be enjoying it immensely,There is a Nurse Shark right in the centre of the picture – Mexico Rocks,A Southern Stingray spotted at Mexico Rocks,Diver checking out an Angelfish and some Sergeant Majors,Clockwise from 12 o’clock – a couple of Gray Angelfish, a pair of juvenile parrotfish, some Sargeant Majors and I don’t know what’s lurking under the big coral,A Porkfish (the one with black stripes on its face) making a dash for cover under the coral overhang