The pinnacle Bodufinolhu Thila is another very nice pinnacle with many inhabitants.
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On the sloping outside reef of Maamigili, Bodufinolhu Thila is an excellent site to observe pelagics and schooling fish. Enter the water just outside the local island Maamigili and head towards the channel entrance, dropping down close to where the wall meets a sandy slope at 30m. This is the best area for pelagic encounters and for the biggest fish in the world, the whale shark.
Divers often find large schools of eagle rays or manta mobulas along with white tip reef sharks, tuna and barracuda. Near the channel entrance, look for the resident Napoleonfish and schooling black-and-white snappers and jacks. The sloping reef features small coral heads with schooling oriental sweetlips swim and crevices and overhangs down to 15m where you can often find big moray eels and spiny lobsters.
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