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Friendly sea turtles are commonly encountered on Bonaire's reefs.

Bon Bini Na Cas, Marked Site BNMP #15

“Welcome to my house” in Papiamentu, this site lies just next to 1000 Steps and is a boat dive only. Schools of blue tangs and Creole wrasse are common here. Lavender stovepipe sponges appear in abundance and staghorn colonies grow on the shelf. The large overhanging cliff creates an interesting cave complex along the shore. Depth 20-100 feet (6-30 meters).

Lionfish are now commonly seen on Bonaire's reefs, although they are an invasive species.

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