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Strong currents often sweep past bringing with them a variety of pelagics.
The bay is surrounded by steep granitic slopes, which are covered in lush vegetation.
The boulders give way to sand at around 18m, though much of the marine life is found at shallower depths.
Schools of resident yellow snapper and soldierfish are plentiful, while bumphead parrotfish sometimes visit the reef, scraping off fist-sized chunks of coral as they feed.
Brightly coloured anemones are home to the endemic Seychelles anemonefish (Amphiprion fuscocaudatus) alongside delicate porcelain crabs filter feeding plankton from the passing current.
L’ilot is also an excellent location for spotting nudibranchs with several species commonly found on the reefs sponges and soft corals.