Parrotfish owe their name to their colours and their teeth joined together in the shape of a beak, w
They live in communities led by a dominant couple.
The lumpfish has a stout body. Its dorsal fin thickens with age, eventually becoming a thick ridge.
The meagre is a coastal fish whose life cycle runs its course in both seawater and freshwater.
This fish lives up to 40 m underwater, on stretches of sand and coral debris nearby reefs.
The white-spotted puffer is found on mixed seabeds (of coral, sand, detritus and sea grass) in estua
During their first two or three years, turbot live close to the coastline, moving further away as th
This shark, which is easy to recognize with its four lengthwise spurs running along its body, has a
The swallowtail seaperch lives between 15 and 200 m in depth, along rocky slopes and close to caves.
The body of boxfish is formed of joined bony plates that give them their characteristic box-like sha
Barracudas can typically be found in surface water.
The green moray lives in rocky areas and coral reefs between 3 and 40 m underwater.