Nassau Grouper
Nassau Grouper
Epinephelus striatus
Just as an underwater environment's  health can be measured in terms of its population of the members of the grouper and seabass family (Serranidae), so too can it be measured by their size. Large groupers, such as the Nassau shown here are frequently found on our world famous pinnacle sites in deeper waters. This photo was taken by one of our past customers and we've included it here because we felt John was getting way too much exposure and we'd prefer he doesn't get a swelled head. At the same time, we wanted to point out that it was taken using a disposable camera. That's right a disposable camera, housed in an Aquashot. Just goes to show, that you don't have to be a professional to inexpensively start building your own underwater photo gallery. So if you want to give it a try, just ask us and we'll show you the way.

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