Fish traps are commonly used in the marine reserve by community members.
A big lionfish swims amongst the corals looking for smaller fishes to feed on.
A Hawksbill turtle.
Sea turtles used to be a rare sight in the waters of Apo Island. Since it was declared a marine reserve, it is now common to see Hawksbill and Green Sea Turltes such as this one with remoras hitching a ride.
Moray eel in Apo's marine reserve.
A lizardfish waiting to ambush for an unwary fish to pass by.
Apo Island's coral reef walls.
Big-eyed jacks found inside the no-take fish sanctuary of the Apo Island Marine reserve.
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