Although the marine life is varied, there are rarely any pelagics because of the lack of current. Divers will see schools of grunts, yellowtail surgeonfish, and yellowtail snapper. Rays, white- tipped reef sharks, green turtles and moray eels are fairly common, too. Sea lions join divers on their visit and bottom fishes, such as king angelfish, puffers, creolefish, damsels, butterflyfish, blennies, and parrotfish are all common. However, overfishing has reduced the number of many other fish commonly encountered in other sites in the Galapagos.