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The Cray Cave is a narrow cave, or actually narrow swimthrough, often inhabited with crabs and lobsters.
|Name Dive Site:||Cray Cave|
|Depth: ||20-24m (65-78ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||sundive|
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The Cray Cave is in 22 meters and is a small swim through archway. It is small and narrow with just sufficient room to pass. It is often home to large painted sweetlip, big blue tuskfish, Queensland groper, cuttlefish, crayfish, juvenile angel fish (emperor and semicircle) and large cod. Sometimes it is occupied by large banded wobbegong sharks or groper and if this occurs the cave would not be entered.
Just outside the Cray Cave are several deep fissures where the big fish may hide when not in the cave. Also there is Gorgonian Hollow which is home to several coral species and where large loggerhead turtles, juvenile catfish and peacock soles and numb rays are frequent visitors. This region is often home to grey nurse sharks when they are not outside the Cod Hole.
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