9619011676?profile=RESIZE_710xAllison and Luke Van Natta photograph their 8-month-old daughter, Elizabeth, while a limestone boulder is deployed to the reef. The Van Nattas were in town from Wisconsin, visiting family members in Boca Raton. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

The snorkeling area just off the beach at Red Reef Park was expanded in September with the placement of 15 limestone modules, which were added to six artificial reef structures already in place at the south end of the 40-acre oceanfront park. The reef should attract fish such as sergeant majors, parrotfish, bar jacks and pinfish.

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