With wide, flat bodies and fringed mouths, wobbegongs are proof that sharks come in every shape and size. These sharks are often overlooked, tucked beneath the far-left windows in Blacktip Reef’s underwater viewing area.
Head to the far right of the Blacktip Reef underwater viewing area and look for the moray eel. It can often be found concealed within the coral, just below the window.
Don’t walk too quickly past the Tidal Marsh exhibit. Hidden in the oysters are tiny fish, like naked goby and striped blenny. Stop and wait for them to poke their heads out.
Puffins flapping their wings and nose-diving into the water are so distracting, you probably haven’t even noticed this next one. Built into the exhibit’s rockwork are tiny skulls. See how many you can spot!
Be sure to check out part one of our “Hidden in Plain Sight” series!