Buck Island Reef National Monument is a small, uninhabited north of the northeast coast of Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Most of the Monument area, which is administered by the National Park Service, is underwater and has pleny to explore underwater. Two thirds of the island is surrounded by an elkhorn coral barrier reef, providing an ecosystem for over 250 fish species and a variety of other marine life.
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