Longlure frogfish

Longlure frogfish

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Credit: CLAY COLEMAN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Frogfish. Longlure frogfish, or angler fish (Antennarius multiocellatus). This fish uses a lure to attract prey. The lure (upper left) is attached to its head. The fish wiggles in a manner that simulates a fish or shrimp. It can also change its colour to match its surroundings. It rarely swims, instead using spiny pectoral fins to cross the seabed. Photographed in Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles.

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