Saba Marine Animals
Saba Marine Park is a natural underwater reserve (www.sabapark.org). Scientists recorded more than 150 species of fish. Thanks to ideal conditions in the Saba Marine Park, you can observe various species of turtles, including green turtles that „graze“ on the seabed. Due to fishing restrictions, you can see many lobsters and crabs directly in their natural environment. During the winter months you can hear the whales singing and if you’re lucky, observe them leaping above the surface.
Horse-eye Jacks (majestic Caribbean fish), Wahoo (the fastest large ocean fish), and Tarpon (one of the largest ocean fish) are the most common fish around the island. There are also many shark species, including caribbean reef shark, nurse shark, and an occasional tiger shark or hammerhead. Various kinds of rays (stingrays, spotted eagle rays and if you are lucky a giant manta ray.