Marine Life
You never know what you may see in our local waters.  Check out some of the marine life.
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Huge thank you to Bob Semple, Andrew MacDonald, John Tapper and other local photographers - more pictures coming soon

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Moon Jellyfish

(Aurelia aurita ) is the most commonly seen jellyfish. It is translucent and is recognized by its 4 horseshoe-shaped gonads. It does have stinging tentacles for catching prey & ward of predators but the stinging sensations is not very noticable to divers. Sometimes a close look will reveal small paristitic amphipods riding inside or on top of the jellyfish.