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Spotting

Description:

A type of glassfish perhaps? Maybe pygmy sweepers? They were small and schooled together. There were thousands of them around and inside the WWII Black Island Wreck that I lost track of my dive buddy even though he was only 2m away. This meant there were also numerous large lion fish hunting them.

Habitat:

Coral Reef. Wreck.

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2 Comments

Ingrid3
Ingrid3 5 years ago

NEAT! it is nice to swim in schools of fishes like this! I remember snorkling in the sealion rookeries in Baja, lots of schooling fishes, no wonder the pinnipeds raise their young there.

WINONA ABBOTT
WINONA ABBOTT 5 years ago

Some sort of minnow


andreweleighton
Spotted by
andreweleighton

Palawan, Philippines

Spotted on Apr 4, 2015
Submitted on Apr 22, 2015

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