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Seram Blenny

Salarias ceramensis


If you travel through the reef in the Magical Mini-submarine, you will shrink down to a point where the coral will look like huge coloured trees. Flocks of damselfish will fly around their branches and at the base, algae will tangle around them like moss with crustaceans and worms crawling through them like spiders and caterpillars. It is here where you will find the rare and magical Seram Blennies, perfectly camouflaged like Chameleons, grazing peacefully and keeping a watchful eye on their eggs. Guardian: Liah Sacco

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Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Mar 12, 2015
Submitted on Mar 12, 2015

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