Those are Blue tangs.
Can you see those Horseye jacks? They look small on this picture but they were so big!
We have seen a lot of Lionfish. The Lionfish is an venomous fish invading the Bahamian waters. Their invasion is a great concern to the Bahamas Departement of Marine Ressources. They have discovered that in five weeks, Lionfish can kill 80 percent of the population of fish on a reef! The Lionfish sting can be as painful as a stingray's or not painful at all depending on what you wear.
This is a Lionfish.
Here is the is the picture we took with our underwater camera.
We have also seen a lot of stingray's.
This one is a spotted eagle ray.
Recently we've also catched a " little tunny " a fish in the mackerel's family. While we where pulling it back to the boat, a shark almost ate it....it was a close one! I can't wait to eat it!
We hope to catch more fish next time we go to sea!!!
See you soon everybody!
( when it will be hot in Quebec )