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The Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club has launched an innovative online experience to give people a glimpse of what it is like to dive among the beautiful coral reefs of Bermuda.

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The project includes 10 illustrations of marine species that you may spot in Bermuda’s waters, including the Bermuda Blue Angelfish, Sergeant Major, Hogfish, as well as the Rainbow Parrotfish, which plays a vital role in preserving Bermuda’s coral reefs.

The project also includes the international conservation status of each species, which is outlined by The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

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Diarmaid O’Sullivan, Director of Marketing, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, says:

“Our guests at the Hamilton Princess come from all over the world to experience Bermuda’s turquoise waters and the breath-taking marine life that live among the corals. For many divers, it is the parrotfish that they want to see most. As well as being beautifully coloured, these fascinating fish help clean the reef by feeding on algae that are attached to the coral.

“Scientific studies have shown that the healthiest reefs are those that have large parrotfish populations, which is why it’s so imperative that, in Bermuda, we continue to protect the parrotfish, while not neglecting the other fish that live here.

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“We created this online experience to show a glimpse of what it is like to dive in Bermuda while spreading awareness around the vulnerability of some of our most beautiful marine species.”

Learn more at: http://www.fairmont.com/infographics/diving-in-bermuda/

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