Creole fish and parasite

Creole fish and parasite

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Caption: Creole fish (Paranthias furcifer) with a parasitic isopod attached to its head. The creole fish is found near reefs in the tropical Atlantic Ocean. It feeds on zooplankton. The isopod attaches itself to a fish and lives off its blood and fluids.

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Keywords: animal, biological, biology, bony fish, creole fish, crustacean, fauna, fish, isopod, marine biology, nature, ocean, paranthias furcifer, parasite, parasitic, parasitising, pisces, sea, topical, underwater, wildlife, zoological, zoology

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