One Coral Reef Fish Species – A Quick Look

Here’s two new video shorts apart of my series, One Coral Reef Fish Species- A Quick Look. Thanks. William

White Spotted Boxfish: Here’s a fish that I have never seen swimming in a group. Usually, they are alone or with a breeding partner swimming and residing along or beneath the coral reef. Each remains in a territory that can be repeatedly visited.

Stonefish: Stonefish are fascinating creatures. What do I know about them? Not a lot. Their spines on their dorsal fins are very poisonous. They rely on using camouflage to hide from predators and prey. They sit without moving for long periods. When Stonefish want to move very short distances, they will use their lateral fins to walk along the bottom. You can see that in this footage