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Anemone Point is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located at Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands. The maximum depth is 121-130ft/37-40m.

For some reason this was the place for crocodilefish: We saw them on every dive that day, and I even captured one in the elusive yawn posture on a particularly scenic bit of coral - See more at:

Coming off the point there is a finger that starts at around 5 meters and gradually drops to 40 meters and then disappears into the abyss. Right on the point there is a singular anemone. On the southern side of the finger there is section between 30 to 40 meters there is a large amount of brilliant orange soft corals Dendronephthya. On the current side there is bumphead parrot fish, Grey reef sharks, Chevron barracuda, Oceanic triggerfish, and a soup of fusiliers. The occasional hammerhead shark is spotted here

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