Camouflage Fish

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  • Feature Reference: VIDEO90005373_000001
  • Headline: Camouflage Fish
  • Caption: Camouflage Fish Video Unique id 1399516 Caption VID BY CATERS NEWS- An underwater photographer saw past the disguise of an unusual looking fish who camouflages into its environment so well it is virtually invisible. Vital Bazarov, a professional in the field of amateur and technical diving, was on a solo dive in the Gulf of Aqaba, Eygpt, when he somehow managed to spot the sly little swimmer. The official name for the camouflage fish is a Inimicus filamentosus and they use their yellow, grey and brown colouring, as well as their strange body shape to disguise themselves in the sandy seabed and coral. Vital said: "It was unusual to find it in the day because it's night time fish and the species is also very rare. SEE CATERS COPY Published 26 June 2017 Created 26 June 2017
  • Authors: CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
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