Located round the corner from Peleliu Cut on the eastern side of Peleliu Island, Yellow Wall is named after the profusion of yellow soft corals that grow on it. An attractive wall of hard corals interspersed with soft croals and sea fans that starts right at the surface, it drops off to a shelf at about 140ft that rounds out far into open water. The shelf is sand covered with stands of staghorn coral. Many sharks can be seen silhouetted against the sand bottom. A profusion of reef fish can be seen along the wall, including anthias, butterflyfish of varying species, angelfish etc.