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Creole wrasse (Clepticus parrae) sleeping in a reef crevice at night. This wrasse is commonly seen in shoals over reef edges, where it feeds on plankton. It can reach a length of up to 30 centimetres. It is found throughout the western Atlantic and Caribbean Sea. Filmed in the Caribbean Sea off Dominica.
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