Every dive is so focused on the "big action" (i.e. sharks) that its sometimes easy to ignore the other wildlife in these very rich waters. I think the other fish get used to being ignored, because I had them swimming right in my face sometimes. Like this guy, who nearly bumped into my camera as I was waiting for hammerheads:
Normally, there are hundreds of marbled stingrays swimming about the Cocos sites, but they were making themselves scarce during our week. I wonder of the tiger sharks had anything to do with it (they love eating stingrays).