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Whitsunday Marine Life

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Sea cucumbers are another type of Echinoderm, you will find these on the sea floor. They are called sea cucumbers because of their shape and leather like skin. 

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Star Fish / Sea Stars are a favourite of most locals that work on passenger boats around the beautiful Whitsundays. There are many different types of starfish found around the Islands.

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The white tip reef shark is one of the most common sharks found in shallow tropical and warm temperate water around coral reefs on the Great Barrier Reef. 

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Several vessels in the Whitsundays have specifically fitted underwater blue Led lights to attract dolphins

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Spinner dolphins are also known as the Long Snouted Dolphin. 

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Snubfin Dolphin The Australian Snubfin Dolphin (Orcaella heinsohni) is a recently recognised species of dolphin, scientifically described in 2005.

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Dugongs are often spotted in particular bays around the Whitsunday Islands. 

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Tropical parrot fish are many beautiful colors of the rainbow.

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Cleaning station fish are located where fish and other marine life congregate to be cleaned.

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Coral trout start their lives as females and change sex to become males later in life. It is not known what triggers this sex change.

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