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Judi Lynn

(161,315 posts)
2. What a surprise! It would overwhelm someone. Wow.
Tue Nov 15, 2022, 01:58 AM
Nov 2022

Last edited Tue Nov 15, 2022, 08:13 AM - Edit history (1)

Here's a link to a 24 hour underwater webcam at Harbor Village on Bonaire, just off the coast of Venezuela, it's dark now, but you can move the bottom of the screen button all the way back to the left to start at any point in the last 12 hours. There are divers who operate the camera most of the time, and divers who chat there. They get rays of various kinds, the smaller ones, who cruise around raking the sand looking for treats sometimes, and wonderful other critters, including sea turtles. Sometimes the camera is out due to storms or power outages, but can be relocated by checking YouTube search for Harbour Village Bonaire Coral Reef livecam, live when it comes back.

(On edit, hours later. I forgot to add the link!)

Have learned by watching that live cam, reading the comments, that divers absolutely love diving. Even my dentist is a diver, and when I had a tooth canal, that oral surgeon was a diver, too!

I envy your experiences!

There's nothing like Manta Rays, no doubt about it!

Thanks, ProudMNDemocrat.

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