These Angelfish are typically found at depths greater than 50 feet and grow to approximately 7inches.
There have even been claims of whale sharks of up to 23 metres (75 ft) and 100 tonnes (220,000 lb).
We found this baby (only 30 feet long) in the channel between Molokini and Maui.
Manta rays are known for their large size.
Their tails lack a skeletal and are shorter than their disc-like bodies.
The largest mantas can reach 2,980 lb. In both species the width is approximately 2.2 times the length of the body; between 18 ft and 23 ft in width.
White Tip Reef Shark
During the day, whitetip reef sharks spend much of their time resting inside caves. Unlike other requiem sharks, which rely on ram ventilation
and must constantly swim to breathe, this shark can pump water over its gills and lie still on the bottom. At night, whitetip reef sharks emerge to hunt bony fishes, crustaceans, and octopus in groups.
Grey Reef Shark
These sharks are distiguished by there black edge on the tail fin. They are in the range of 8 feet long.
Though they typically ignore divers, they can be terratorial. If you see one with it back arched and side fins pointing down this may be a clue that it is agitated.
The Day Octopus is most common, highly intelligent and shy, though a few have grown accustomed around divers and out of curiosity can be engaging.
They're camaoflauge adapts to it's surrondings by color and shape and can pass through crevices less than a 10th of there width.