Third Treasure: Warderick Wells Sperm Whale Skeleton

This sperm whale died from ingesting a plastic bag, as Marion Vokey correctly answered.  The skeleton is at Powerful Beach on Warderick Wells, the Island Headquarters for the Exuma Land and Sea Park.  The park is a no catch zone and the snorkeling is particularly good as a result.  Many of the reefs are in less than fifteen feet of water and have abundant and varied fish species.

Albatross-eye-view of Warderick Wells.  The park has mooring balls that make accessing the park for hiking and snorkeling particularly easy.

Thanks to those intrepid treasure hunters who participated in our Exuma exploration!

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  1. Karin Davies

    We want to be right there!

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