Garden EelsSwim out over a sandy expanse and you may see what looks like seaweed fluttering in the current. Take a closer look and you'll see hundreds of tiny eels, most of their bodies concealed below the sand, peeking out like periscopes. Get too close, however, and they'll retreat into their sandy abodes.'
Guinea Fowl Puffer: Yellow phaseYou'll get to know guinea fowl puffers pretty well: they're abundant in Sea of Cortez reefs. But every once in a while you'll catch one in its rare yellow phase: bright, big and the color of a ripe banana.
Mobula RayA member of the manta ray family, mobula rays put on quite the show. Keep an eye on the water while you're eating breakfast and you may see one launch clear out of the water, flap its wings and belly flop on the surface. Lucky snorkels might come across schools of hundreds of mobulas gliding swiftly through the water.
Pacific Green TurtleSea turtles are graceful swimmers, slowly gliding under the water and occasionally surfacing for air. Turtles can hold their breath for hours at a time, even sleeping under rock ledges. but, their excellent camouflage makes these majestic creatures a rare sight
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