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Caption: Crocodilefish eye, close up. The crocodilefish (Cymbacephalus beauforti) is a bottom-dwelling predator that uses camouflage to remain hidden from its prey, catching it with a rapid gulp when it is close enough. It feeds on smaller fish and crustaceans. It is found on shallow seabeds throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific region. Filmed in Kapalai, Malaysian Borneo.

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Crocodilefish eye

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