While our grandkids were visiting with us a couple of weeks ago, they did a lot of poking around in the shallow tidal pools created by large holes in the coral rock that lines most of the shore here. They found all sorts of things like hermit crabs, tiny shrimps, and small fish. The best find was a small nurse shark. It created quite a bit of excitement.
Since they left, Bob has checked on the shark every day. He's pointed it out to whoever asked what he was looking at. Most days it is there. We think it goes out to feed at night. It's only about a foot and a half long but I would guess it will grow out of its little cove before long and move on.
The others in our condo complex have generously named the shark Bob.