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===Marine life===
<!--General description The reef cover is typical for this area and depth range. There are fairly large numbers of biotagorgonian sea fans, anemones, soft corals, arborescent htdroids, bryozoans, feather stars and sea cucumbers. Substitute “Aquatic life” for fresh water sitesFish include Bank steenbras, Redfingers, Two-tone fingerfin, Hottentot, Chubby clingfish, Klipfish and various shy->sharks.
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<!--===Features===--><!--other features The pinnacle is an area of note, eg cavescomplex topography, wreckswith several deep gullies and crevices, anything that a diver might consider and a reason to dive the site other than marine life-few overhangs and small swim->throughs
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===Photography===
 
This is a good site for macro photography, and if the visibility is good, wide angle should produce good results.
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===Suggested Routes===
The most spectacular area known is in the immediate vicinity of the pinnacle. Dive around it, from the sand to the NE and SW to the top of the pinnacle. If you choose to go further afield, try following the north east edge to the eastern pinnacle, and further.
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