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possibly a juvenile sweetlips (Haemulidae)
not sure - just a guess
definitely not Chlorurus, it's a Scarus - my best guess is S. psittacus - given away by dark purple blush on saddle over the snout
cool species complex. C. gibbus in Red Sea, C. strongylocephalus in Indian Ocean and C. microrhinos in Pacific - all very similar.
pointy snout gives it away
apparently not tuberosus here - tonganus instead (think it's an Indian Ocean/Pacific thing)
Scott Scott Scott!Wrong family!bigeyes (Priacanthidae) not soldierfish (Holocentridae)
Emerald python - native to north eastern Australia
cheeklined wrasse, Oxycheilinus digramma