Some of the strangest species
and typical behavios are observed in the lake.
millenium, they have adapted into an ecosystem that
is totally unique to the brackish water environment.
lake is teeming with at least 4 species of stingless
jelly fish including one of an upside down species of
Cassiopea (possibly Cassiopea Xamachana).
three species of Halimeda green algae cover the botom,
and mangrove roots live side by side with tunicates,
sponges, tube worms, bihalves, crustacean, anemones,
sea cucumbers, sea snakes and at least five known species
of gobies. Unidentified species are in abundance.
Dr. Thomas Tomascik from Canada has aptly called
ths place a Biological Paradise.
mystery of how lake`s plant and animals are able to
survive in this isolated system is a subject that marine
scientists and geologist bickers about.
of barracudas, blue fined tunas and big sharks are also
found at Kakaban,s Barracuda Point.