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The shallow dive Dry Rocks East is known for its rare and unusual critters and marine species.
|Name Dive Site:||Dry Rocks East|
|Depth: ||8-12m (26-39ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||bviscubadive|
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Dry Rock East is a somewhat unusual dive. It is quite shallow at 25' to 35' (8m to 12m) as you circumnavigate these boulders rising to just above the surface. Washed by a constant but gentle current, Dry Rocks is the home to much unusual marine life. Huge clams, large southern lobsters and slipper lobsters (protected by our National Parks Trust) call Dry Rocks home. Often Morays will be seen with their heads protruding from their darkened home. Frequently, sleepy and largely passive, nurse sharks bask in the shade under the huge boulders.
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