Flora & Fauna.
The existence of "mini-cliffs" and submarine life make the presence of large pelagic fish: cherubs (a type of bottom feeding shark…no teeth mind…). Groupers, bars, rays and barracuda are the most common. Including benches Salem, Peuls lonely and in search of prey for small fish and crabs endemic to the archipelago. The black sea urchin is also very common on secluded rocks. There are also various lizard colonies living around the untouched coast line which are always a marvel for small children, especially when small pieces of bread are thrown into what look like vacant coves…The flora a Fauna of this area has thankfully remained largely untouched and a wander along the coast line at sunset will reveal some of the true beauty.