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The orange spotted filefish (Oxymonacanthus Longirostris) or harlequin filefish is a filefish found on coral reefs in the indo-pacific ocean. They absorb and use chemicals from the coral they eat to take on the smell of the coral to help hide from predators!
Also they've got a cool spine on the top of them, which is why I think they are neat.
The Blue-green Chromis has a ton of names! Blue-green reeffish, Blue-green damselfish, Demoiselle Bleue...even the Blue-green puller. There's clearly a theme to the names, but I do wonder what it did to deserve "puller".
The Red lionfish is a beautiful venomous fish that is native to the Indo-Pacific region, but has become invasive in the Caribbean Sea and along the east coast of the United States.
Their venom isn't usually fatal to humans, but I certainly still wouldn't like to get poked by one!
The sleeper blue dot Goby is a fish native to the Indian and western Pacific oceans. It likes to live in sandy or silty areas so that it can burrow.
Folks who keep aquariums like them for cleaning sand at the bottoms of their tanks because they sift through it to find food.
The reefcrest parrotfish is a cool looking parrotfish - they're called parrot fishes because their teeth look like beaks!
They use those teeth beaks to grind up coral, they are one of the only reef fish species that clean the coral they live on.