Our animals

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Northern lakes and seas

The ocean

Tropical rivers and lakes

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The crevices of the coral reef

The Ocean

Seahorse

Common octopus

Cuttlefish

Seadragons

The small mouths

The pier

Coral reef

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Mandarinfish

Mandarinfish

Scooter blenny

Scooter blenny

Picturesque dragonet

Picturesque dragonet

Jeweled rockskipper blenny

Jeweled rockskipper blenny

Blueband goby

Blueband goby

Persian blenny

Persian blenny

Fire goby

Fire goby

Copperband butterflyfish

Copperband butterflyfish

Sunburst butterflyfish

Sunburst butterflyfish

Elegant firefish

Elegant firefish

Spotted surgeonfish

Spotted surgeonfish

Matted Filefish

Matted Filefish

Longnose hawkfish

Longnose hawkfish

Royal gramma

Royal gramma

Bluestripe pipefish

Bluestripe pipefish

Razorfish

Razorfish

Splendid garden eel

Splendid garden eel

Spotted garden eel

Spotted garden eel

Pacific Cleaner Shrimp

Pacific Cleaner Shrimp

Banded coral shrimp

Banded coral shrimp

Hingebeak shrimp

Hingebeak shrimp

Persian blenny

Persian blenny

Facts

LatinEcsenius midas
Size13 cm
FoodZooplankton
HabitatCoral reef
IUCN

Least concern

LocationThe Indian Ocean and the West Pacific Ocean
Map

Look closely

Even though the midas blenny is extremely colourful, it can be hard to catch sight of. Try looking for it in the small caves in the coral reef.


Small fish

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