Ocean of fish dating

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I spotted the first of these very small fish and set up my camera for the shot.

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Because squirrelfish are almost entirely nocturnal, they need big eyes to absorb as much moonlight and starlight as they can in the dark.

During the day, they hide out in the nooks and crannies of tropical coral reefs.

To defend its small hiding place, the squirrelfish grunts by grinding its teeth and stretching the muscles along its gas bladders—grunts that sound a bit like the chatter of squirrels!

I quickly corrected the frame and took two or three shots before both of them disappeared.

It was an incredible moment.”-- Nature's Best Photographer, Tobias Friedrich), with venomous spines extended, is native to Indo-Pacific reefs.

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