National Geographic : 2016 Nov
the caribbean’s crown jewels 103 The night sea pulsates with life unseen during the day. Marine worms attracted to an underwater light form a living veil (top left). A squadron of Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), known for their voracious appetites and ability to communicate by rapid changes in skin color and patterns, hunts for a meal (bottom left). A critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle hatchling (Eretmo- chelys imbricata), about three inches long, paddles away from shore under the protective cover of dusk. Cuba banned the harvest of sea turtles in 2008.