Bonaire in 100 photos – Pink shrimp

14 November 2020 by Casper Douma - Reading time: 2 minutes

On Bonaire, pink shrimp flourish in the Caribbean Sea. These small, vibrant creatures are crucial in the marine ecosystem as food for other marine animals. Their striking color and movements contribute to biodiversity and the healthy marine ecosystem.

In the spotlight: Bonaire’s pink shrimp.

Bonaire is home to pink shrimp. These small, vibrant creatures are an essential part of the marine ecosystem. The pink shrimp play a crucial role in the food web. They do this by serving as food for many other marine animals, including fish and birds. Their striking pink color and delicate movements make them a visually appealing sight underwater. Also, they are also an important part of Bonaire’s biodiversity. They can often be found among the reefs and seagrass beds. Thus, these shrimp not only provide food for other animals, but also contribute to the preservation of the marine environment by cleaning algae and other organic material. Their presence is a sign of Bonaire’s healthy marine ecosystem. Which continues to fascinate and admire residents and visitors alike.

Casper Douma Photography

“Bon dia tur hende i bon bini na dushi Boneiru!”
My name is Casper Douma and I am a photographer. Since 2014 I’ve been living on this beautiful island, surrounded by a fringing reef. At first glance, you may see mostly cacti and drought, but Bonaire is a little gem if you get to know it better. I would like to take you on one of my photography tours to show you all the special places of Bonaire. In small groups of maximum 4 people I give you a unique look at the beauty of Bonaire. Became curious? Take a look at my website! I wish you a lot of fun on beautiful Bonaire.

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