This is a short clip of a Napoleonfish (Cheilinus undulatus) spotted along a reef in Laamu Atoll, Maldives.
The fish is also know as the Humphead Wrasse, Humphead Maori Wrasse, Giant Maori Wrasse, Napoleon Wrasse, and Napoleon fish. Naming reference depends on the region. The wrasse can be spotted along coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific from the Red Sea to French Polynesia Islands.
The Napoleonfish is one of the largest species of wrasses. Scuba divers love large males which are distinguished by the huge hump on their forehead and considerable size. They are usually spotted swimming alone along deep walls and some are residents of shipwrecks.
I shot this image with a Panasonic GH5. We were diving with the team from the Six Sense Resort Laamu.
More images from the Maldives can be found here.