Just after dawn, the team descended on a shipwreck off the coast of Egypt. While other scuba divers immediate dashed in to explore the shipwreck. I noticed a few of Blue-Spotted Stingrays patrolling the ocean floor around the shipwreck. One stingray was followed by a number of fish along with the Lizardfish.
I love this clip because you can see the Stingray try to push the Lizardfish away. The Lizardfish holds his or her ground.
More images from Egypt can be found below.
Fiji hosts five species of Anemonefish. The most common are Clark’s Anemonefish, Oragnefin Anemonefish, Pink Anemonefish, Pacific Anemonefish, and Fiji Anemonefish.
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