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  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:58
    I didn't notice any blue rings on the several silver dollar to saucer sized flounder I saw, but they were still really cute.
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:56
    Blue crabs like this one (Calinectes sp.) had the same attitude as those I was familiar with in the Chesapeake Bay. "Hey, hey, hey, heeeey!"
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:53
    It was too dark for my camera to take a picture, but luckily Bruce caught him. This is not a small fish at nearly a foot deep and three long.
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:48
    "Small" is a matter of opinion. I saw him turn over a rock that half as long as he was, which looked pretty impressive to me. More so that he and his entourage of little fish kept hunting even though we kept swimming over and "encouraging" him to spread his fins.
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:44
    octopuses (or octopodes if you want to go real Greek)
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:42
    They looked like those rubber balls with the loose floppy spikes sticking out all over. There appears to be a mass of rope-like eggs on the rock that one of them frequented.
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:39
    In this picture he is actually retreating back into his hole after we once again took too much interest in his activity than he preferred.
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:37
    I described it as looking like the fish was laying on the back of a little crab crawling across the sand.
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:32
    He was originally quite buried. This was after I swooshed some sand off of him in an effort to see his body shape.
  • Tim - Thursday 28 April 2016 10:31
    Who knew, right?!