The Southern Shore is home to a variety of unique arthropods. The beach is a difficult place to live, and only the most robust of species can survive.
This small town houses the more urbanized species of the atoll-- those that don't mind being around humans, and prefer the manmade shelter.
Species that prefer a medium-shallow depth of water call the eastern lagoon their home. The calm waters make a more appealing habitat than the outer shores.
This boggy area is teeming with wildlife. The rich flora found here attracts a large variety of arthropods.
The extremely shallow water of the inlet provides great nutrients for the many species that dwell there.