“Freakishly Large”

Our new catch phrase is “freakishly large” for Little Cayman Island. Why? You ask?


Lobsters that that could feed a party of eight hungry divers.


Green moray eels that could eat Debbie for a snack.


Grouper that could move Murray out of the way with one nose bunt.


Barrel sponges that could hide a fortune in gold bullion.

The reef here is has been a marine park for many years and these freakishly large creatures are a testament to that protection.

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