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North Horn is the most northern part of Osprey Reef, a popular dive site where shark feedings are often held.
|Name Dive Site:||Osprey Reef, North Horn|
|Depth: ||2-20m (6-65ft)|
|Visibility: ||10-30m (32-98ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Dive site North Horn is the northern most post of Osprey Reef. This part of the reef looks like a unicorn fish's horn, which explains its name. Currents, rich sea life, sharks feedings and the solitude of this dive site make it a perfect spot to meet sharks. Some of the species often seen are whitetips and silver reef sharks. But also hammerheads and tiger sharks occasionally come in to take a look.
At 5 meter deep, the reef drops down almost vertical to 20 meter to continue to 40 meters deep from where it drops almost vertically to over 400 meters. Controlled spectacular shark feeds are sometimes organized to attract these gracious pelagic creatures in a mind blowing show of action and adrenaline. The reef is great with plenty of colorful inhabitants and a lot of things worth exploring.
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