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July 19, 2015

July 19, 2015 by Michael

The divers from Aggieland and Sea Sports hit the Clipper again today with much calmer seas and increased visibility to everyone’s delight.  The visibility was 40′ and the temperature at depth remained at 74 degrees, the resident Sting Rays were sighted along with large schools of Spade Fish.  The coral growth on the Clipper is really coming along as you can see from some of the photos   The first 3 photos below were submitted by Dr. Mary Wicksten.

Ivory Bush CoralOrange Cup CoralTrigger Fish

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