There are 4 off the beaten path places tagged marine life:
Aldabra Atoll has amazing endemic flora and fauna due to its isolation - over two thirds of the remaining giant tortoises in the world live on the islands, including a plethora of insects, snails,…
The Glistening Waters in Jamaica is a lagoon full of bioluminescent microorganisms - they light up when the waters are disturbed. Bathing in the lagoon at night is a truly unforgettable experience.
Zombie Hole is a diving site in Amani beach, Haiti - it is home to the largest sponge species in the world, Elephant Ear.
The Jellyfish Lake in Palau is a unique lake full of moon and golden jellyfish, whose stinging mechanisms got devolved, and the divers can swim freely among the swarm.