Sohal surgeonfish

Sohal surgeonfish

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Credit: GEORGETTE DOUWMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Sohal surgeonfish (Acanthurus sohal) on a sunken wreck. This fish inhabits the western Indian Ocean, preferring the outer edges of reefs. It feeds on algae, and can reach a length of 40 centimetres. It takes the name surgeonfish from the presence of a sharp spine (orange) on each side of the base of its tail. Photographed in the Egyptian Red Sea.

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Keywords: acanthurus sohal, animal, biological, biology, egypt, fauna, fish, marine, marine biology, nature, one, red sea, shipwreck, single, sohal surgeonfish, tropical, underwater, wildlife, wreck, wrecked, zoological, zoology

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