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Achilles tangs like to hang out right where waves spill over into the shallow reefs — an area known as the surge zone. Moorish idols, with their wide vertical yellow, white, and black stripes, tapered nose, and tall thin dorsal fin, are one of the most recognizable fish on the reef. This species has even become famous on the big screen! Moorish idols can grow fairly large, attaining a length of over eight inches — and that on a primary diet of sponges.

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Pretty awesome, right? Yellowfin goatfish hang out in huge schools all day long, resting.

Although they have a horizontal yellow stripe running along their length and yellow fins, they sometimes look almost transparent. At night, these goatfish eat small organisms that live in the sand. Using the strong yet sensitive barbels attached to their chins, goatfish rummage through the top layers, searching for prey. Males of this species keep a harem of females, and when the male dies, the alpha female of the harem switches sex, becoming a male herself.

When I see parrotfish on the reef, I always get quiet and hold my snorkel breath for a few seconds. These fish are often mistaken for moorish idols when they are first sighted underwater. The pennant butterflyfish has a white body with two wide black vertical stripes, a yellow tail and dorsal fin, and another tall dorsal fin that trails like a pennant. Although they usually spend their time about 40 feet down, all you need to do to see them at Molokini Crater is put your face in the water.

Pennant butterflyfish are just below the surface. The black triggerfish looks simply black at first glance, but get closer and you are in for a wonderful surprise! There are gorgeous blue and green lines that radiate from their eyes at times, and if the fish turns sideways and you can see it catch the sunlight, the beauty and wonder of it will take your breath away! A neon blue line that looks like really cool caulking appears to attach their dorsal and caudal fins to the length of their bodies.

As they swim, these football-shaped fish toss these fins with flair, as a flamenco dancer does her skirt. Black triggerfish, also known as black durgon, are often found just below the surface at Molokini Crater and Kahekili Airport Beach Park. They consume algae, plankton, and fish eggs.

This energetic fish swoops just above the surface of the reef, flapping its pectoral fins rapidly to dive and turn all over the place. And then it will come back.

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And shortly it will be gone again, possibly to hunt for small invertebrates. When they are young, these fish are white with a black horizontal stripe down the middle. If an adult grows up to be smaller in size, it has a major advantage: it can switch to its younger coloration at will so as to not be bothered by large adults.

Who knew that fish ever lied about their age? Trumpetfish are one of the oddest-looking fish on the reef, at least by human standards. Long and thin when viewed from above, long and wide when seen from the side, and almost invisible when encountered face-to-face, these fish are superb hunters. They propel themselves slowly with fins located on the back of their body, and those are the only parts that move — besides their eyes, I surmise.

Trumpetfish, which are normally gray but can become bright yellow or olive green, are super patient. A fish for food, that is! The Hawaiian cleaner wrasse, like many locals, lives exclusively in the Islands.

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These small fish are tri-colored, with a black horizontal mark that starts out thin but gradually enlarges until it almost covers the tail end of the fish. From stem to stern, the colors move from bright yellow to purple to magenta. Cleaner wrasses set up shop at a specific spot on the reef. The Hawaiian green sea turtle is an iconic living symbol of the Islands. While sea turtles generally swim at a slow pace, they can dash off extremely fast when they want to! Sea turtles are reptiles, and they breathe air at the surface. These turtles come up to breathe every few minutes when they are busy.

At rest, they can stay below for up to two hours. When you see one — and if you go snorkeling in Hawaii, there is a very good chance that you will! While you enjoy sharing space with such a graceful animal, never touch a honu, give them room to breathe, and let them swim whichever way they want to go. Thirty feet away is a safe rule of thumb — it keeps all species feeling on vacation.

This overlapping does not occur in our more common Hawaiian green sea turtle. If you see an endangered hawksbill while snorkeling, it is an occasion worth celebrating, because this turtle is quite rare in Hawaii. However, do not celebrate by releasing balloons, please. Deflated balloons are just one reason sea turtles have such problems near humans — they eat floating balloons that seem to be jellyfish, and afterwards they cannot dive or eat again, sometimes choke, and always die. Hawksbill turtles eat sponges as well as other invertebrates that live on the rocks.

Most hawksbill nesting sites are in the main Hawaiian islands, and these areas are vulnerable or already gone due to the development of beachfront properties. Totally cute turtle babies may be hatching soon! Spinner dolphins are extremely social, intelligent, and beautiful animals. They live in large groups called pods, resting together throughout the day and cooperatively hunting and feeding together at night.

Spinners eat fish and squid, and no one knows exactly why they spin they way they do. There are many theories, including a they do it for fun, b the spinning is a form of communication, and c the dolphins spin to shake off parasites or remoras.


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These dolphins are smaller and more slender than many other species, attaining an adult length of about 7 feet. The back of the dolphin is dark grey, the middle is a softer, lighter grey, and the lower third is a shade lighter than that. On the other flipper, when you see a spinner from below, their light grey belly blends in with the sunlight streaming in from above.

Do not approach, try to swim with, or touch spinners in the water — they need their rest just as much as we do, if not more. When was the last time you spent 24 hours in the ocean? They do it all day, every day! Your marine mammal respect is greatly appreciated. Thank you! Spotted dolphins are sleek and powerful marine mammals. Their beaks are tipped with white, as if each dolphin once dipped tentatively into a tiny cup of milk.