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Lunar fusiliers by table coral

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PATRICIA ETTOUATI / BIOSPHOTO / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY PATRICIA ETTOUATI / BIOSPHOTO / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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School of lunar fusiliers (Caesio lunaris) swimming near a table coral (Acropora sp.). Lunar fusiliers are common fish on the coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific region, forming large schools and feeding on zooplankton. They may reach a length of some 40 centimetres. Filmed in the Red Sea, Djibouti.

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