Tuesday, November 15, 2011
You may have spotted a mandarin fish (Synchiropus splendidus) on a dive trip or in a fish tank. They’re tiny creatures, measuring only an inch or two.
From Why Are We Killing Coral Reefs?, a post by David Newman, attorney in NRDC Oceans program. 
Photo: Luc Viatour, www.Lucnix.be, Aquarium-Muséum Liège (Belgium), March 2008 (Wiki Commons)

You may have spotted a mandarin fish (Synchiropus splendidus) on a dive trip or in a fish tank. They’re tiny creatures, measuring only an inch or two.

From Why Are We Killing Coral Reefs?, a post by David Newman, attorney in NRDC Oceans program. 

Photo: Luc Viatour, www.Lucnix.be, Aquarium-Muséum Liège (Belgium), March 2008 (Wiki Commons)

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