and advancing scientific knowledge of this species to conserve it for generations to come is our driving force. Upon initial comparison of maximum depth per dive for both fish, habitat use appeared limited in scale. The vast majority of all dives were between 20% and 40% of the maximum depth visited for both fish (96.8 and 125.1 meters) and the female exhibited a less structured diving pattern than the male, which repeatedly and more frequently dove to intermediate depths (30-60 meters). When compared to records from the WCA, these fish neither expanded their diving behaviors within the vicinity of their maximum dive depths nor engaged in ritualized, more repetitive, diving behaviors during crepuscular and night-time periods. The female, however, did exude some similarities with less deep-diving behavior in the late afternoon followed by increased dive activity during dusk. A special thanks to Collin Glaser, a student at Roger Williams University, for processing tag 175818 as part of his internship with the Beyond Our Shores Foundation this past semester.