Approximately 500 fish
species live around the coral barrier, 200 sponges and many
different varieties of mollusks, gorgonias, shellfish and
other marine animals.
More specifically, we find formations of coral stars and
coral cerebro, feathery gorgonias and numerous fish such
as loros, barberos, roncos, chapas, stone bass, red snapper
and many shellfish such as lobster.
The presence of trigonias, considered living fossils and
the oldest in the Antilles is an important attraction of