A fish you probably never heard of has one of the most clever camouflage tricks out there, accounts for 65% of the deep seas biomass, and can disrupt sonar.
If the Largemouth Bass was in school (not the fishy kind, but the human kind), they’d almost certainly be one of the popular kids.
This #SundayFishSketch, we learn about the Ocean Sunfish, an SUV sized face with fins.
The Gulf Coast Pygmy Sunfish is found in the coastal river drainages of the Sunshine State, Florida, over to southern Georgia.
If you’ve ever been down to Cozumel, Mexico, you’ve been to one of two places (the other being Glover’s Reef in Belize) on earth that this species of fish can be found.