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Grand Cayman: Chinese Wall Dive

A very eventful dive! It started with a gliding Peacock Flounder, then a dramatic swim through to find a large turtle and a pair of French Angelfish feeding and posing with Marcia and ended with an encounter with a feisty lobster.

filmmaker: Blennylips

country: Cayman Islands

channel: adventure

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