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Neon damselfish (Pomacentrus coelestis) shoaling over coral. This fish inhabits shallow reefs in the tropical Indo-Pacific region, from Sri Lanka to the western Pacific islands. It typically forms small shoals over corals, retreating into the coral when threatened. It feeds on zooplankton and reaches a length of around nine centimetres. Its vivid colouration has made it a popular fish in the aquarium trade. Photographed off Bunaken Island, Sulawesi, Indonesia.
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