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  1. #551
    Pufferfish.

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    Last edited by Henry Krinkle; Jun 3, 2019 at 01:08 AM.
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  5. #553
    Juvenile French angelfish

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    Squirrelfish.

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    Palometa jack

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    Last edited by Henry Krinkle; Jun 3, 2019 at 01:38 AM.
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  7. #554
    Surgeon fish

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  9. #555
    I like the attention to detail this time Henry



    Those Palometa jack fish are extroardinary
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  11. #556
    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    I like the attention to detail this time Henry



    Those Palometa jack fish are extroardinary
    Thanks

    The Palometa jack are extraordinary fish. They are almost invisible in the water. With my super long fins I could swim a little faster than them, so I swam with them for a few minutes.
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  12. #557
    Speaking of extraordinary...

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    The scorpion fish/ stonefish family are some of the most venomous fish on earth. If one is punctured by it's spines one can die. They are also virtually impossible to see as they look like rocks they hang around.

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    There is a video here of a few species of scorpionfish. The one at around 15 seconds seems to be a similar species to the one in the photos.

    https://www.coralseadreaming.com/fac.../scorpionfish/
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  14. #558
    Evil little barstewards


    That last one in the video is the scariest , he just looks like a normal fish who's been down there too long and the barnacles have started to grow on him

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    Reminds me of these two guys:

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  16. #559
    It might look plant like but it is a sea plume, which is a member of the gorgonian coral family. There is at least one jellyfish in the background too.

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