We started at one end of this shallow ridge, and 90 minutes later arrived at its end. It drops on both sides to gardens of unusual hard and soft corals, but its true beauty is on its top. Teeming with thousands of brilliant anthias and damsels, it hides an abundance of variegated clams, anemone fish, yellow trumpet fish and often resting or feeding turtles. Yellow-margined Triggers nest in the sand patches. If we’re really lucky, we get to watch a nest raid, as an aggressive fish attacks the eggs, a host of stragglers quickky join in the feast, while the hapless Mom tries in vain to protect her progeny.