Bizarre marine animal behaviour

This video is about the mating rituals of the spotted box fish and the blue headed wrasse.

This video is about underwater predator and prey camouflage.

This video is about pistol shrimps.

Evolutionary biology theory predicts that males usually won’t invest a lot of time raising offspring when there is a good chance they are not the fathers. Yale University researchers have found a notable exception to this premise-a male fish in the Mediterranean, the ocellated wrasse, that is more likely to be paternal when there is grave doubt about the offsprings’ parentage: here.

Amazing Camouflage Animals (PHOTOS): here.

Asian Sheepshead Wrasse resembling “Shrek” filmed off Japanese coast: here.

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