Albany Rock is a small crescent shaped islet located in the northwest of Santiago Island. You dive at a protected cove with little current. There is a sloping rock wall covered with sea fans and yellow black coral and large boulders, rocks, and underwater pinnacles with many crevices. Marine turtles, barracudas, golden and spotted eagle rays and Galapagos shark have been seen here and on the sandy plateau red lipped bat fishes have been found.
|Animals:||Marine turtles, barracudas, golden and spotted eagle rays and Galapagos shark|
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