Caribbean Tropical Fish 4-04-10. Four-eyed Fish, Anableps. Trinidad November 2009 Photo by Eliana Ardila. Anableps skim the surface and their eyes see above and below. Queen Angelfish. French Angelfish. Gray Angelfish. Rock Beauty. Barracuda.
Four-eyed Fish, Anableps Trinidad November 2009 Photo by Eliana Ardila
Mike Joines & his ‘Cuddas By Harold Baquet
Batfish, a species we see while snorkeling in the mangroves of Turneffe Atoll.
How do they puff up? It’s the stomach. From Natural History Magazine
Chub under the boat at The Aquarium, a favorite dive site on Long Caye, Belize.
Fish have a lateral line for sensing the environment, and the shape of the line is often used to identify fish.
Fast moving fish (a King Mackerel in this case) often have very red, highly vascularized tissue near the center of the body.