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Bonaire Dive Log: Blennylips House Reef Dive

On this dive off the Sabadeco Pier--literally out our back door--we see a lovely Juvenile Spotted Drum swimming in front of a Nurse Shark and a pair of mating Spanish Lobsters.

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