Helping you identify a specific fish or marine creature you saw while scuba diving in Cozumel, Mexico.

Giant Barrel Sponge Spawning in Cozumel Mexico

Redwoods of the Reef: Giant Barrel Sponges of Cozumel, Mexico

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Giant barrel sponges can grow to enormous sizes and live for over 2000 years! They're often called the "Redwoods of the Reef" and we've got video of these giant barrel sponges spawning inside. Sponge porn? You know you want to watch it.

Queen Triggerfish Photographed While Scuba Diving in Cozumel

Queen Triggerfish | Photos of Fish Found While Scuba Diving in Cozumel

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The queen triggerfish is one of the most aggressive fish you'll often see while scuba diving with us on the beautiful reefs of ‪‎Cozumel‬! They're FUN to watch and beautiful to photograph because of their vibrant colors. Make no mistake though, these triggerfish have a dark side, too!

Tiger Tail Sea Cucumber Photographed while Scuba Diving in Cozumel

Tiger Tail Sea Cucumber Scuba Diving in Cozumel Mexico [Video]

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Have you seen this strange creature underwater? It's called the Tiger's Tail or Tiger Tail Sea Cucumber! It's the largest of all sea cucumbers and can stretch to about 6 feet long while feeding on detritus in the sand.

White Grunt (Haemulon plumierii) with a Cymothoid Isopod Attached

White Grunt with an Isopod Parasite Attached to it in Cozumel, Mexico

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What is that “thing” attached to that fish? This white grunt has a parasite, called an isopod, permanently attached to it. It's related to shrimp, lobsters and crabs. But will it kill the fish? Learn more about this grizzly creature and the strange "tongue biter", too!

Sargassum Triggerfish (Xanthichthys ringens) Scuba Diving in Cozumel

Sargassum Triggerfish | Scuba Diving Photos in Cozumel, Mexico

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The sargassum triggerfish is a shy fish and the least aggressive among the triggers you'll see diving with us on the beautiful reefs of ‪‎Cozumel‬! They're FUN to watch and difficult to photograph because they are so nervous. Point a camera at them and they're sure to head for the safety of a hole in the rocks!