Isle of Jagged Teeth
An island stands partially exposed to the battering waves, rising a mere 20 feet at its highest point above the waterline. The isle is a popular rookery for sea birds, though none roost near cave mouths that open onto the coast along the isle’s south expanse. Though only a few openings are visible above water, the sea caves riddle the land below.
The murky caves are home to a wide variety of corals and colorful sea life. Hundreds of small yellow and red fish dart within the water among thick strands of slowly waving seaweed. The saltwater fish migrate in and out with the tides throughout the sea caves.