<ul><li>Angelfish are one of the most popular aquarium fish in the world. </li></ul>Black Angelfish live in water that is shallower than 10 meters. Clownfish belong to a group of small, brightly coloured fish called damselfish.
<ul><li>Demoiselle are normally found schooling in the current. </li></ul>Female Eagle Rays grow faster and bigger than males. Flounder ambush their prey, feeding at soft muddy areas of the sea bottom.
<ul><li>Golden Snapper are </li></ul><ul><li>nocturnal fish. </li></ul>Hagfish have no eyes. Ice Fish are also called White Blooded Fish.
In countries like Japan, China and Korea it is a delicacy to eat jellyfish. Killer Whales are also called Orca Whales. Long Tailed Stingray grow up to 60cm long ( not including tail ).
The Mosaic Moray eats crabs, fishes and possibly octopus. The Nurse Shark can grow up to 14 feet. Olive Rock Fish are the largest and the most commonest species of Rock Fish.
Pink Moa Moa are bright pink with red orange markings on their face. Quillfish grow up to 2.3 meters. Rock Cod are nocturnal.
Southern Pigfish grow between 20-35 cm. Trevallys fins are yellow. Urchin Clingfish use Sea Urchins for shelter and are usually found under them.
Variable Triplefin lay eggs on smooth sloping rock faces and are protected by males. Weedfish live in seaweed and are usually found in water shallower than 15 meters. The Xiphophorus Maculatus have a lifespan of 2 years.
Yellow moray eats crabs, shrimp, and small fish. Zebra danio’s movement reminds people of seals.