See Why This Vibrant Fish Is Excellent at Hide-and-Seek | National Geographic

See Why This Vibrant Fish Is Excellent at Hide-and-Seek | National Geographic

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A diver’s sharp eye was able to catch a venomous stingfish disguising itself as part of the sandy seabed in the Gulf of Aqaba, between Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
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Known as the two-stick stingfish (Inimicus filamentosus), the sea creature would use its camouflage to ambush unsuspecting prey. However, it would also display its colorful fins as a warning to potential predators. Diver Vital Bazarov stated that it was unusual to spot the stingfish during the day since the species are normally active at night.

Read “Watch This Venomous Fish Camouflage Into its Surroundings.”
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/06/watch-stingfish-camouflage-ocean-surroundings-egypt-spd/

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