The near perfect camouflage: a Frogfish has aligned itself with a
coral in Hawaii. The frogfish has a rod on its nose with a lure attached
which it can dangle in front of its mouth. When a fish wants to eat
the lure, the frogfish jumps forward with its pectoral fins, which have
transformed into legs at incredible speed, and swallows the fish (Hawaii).
Being one of the highest prized and easiest to catch
reef creatures, crayfish are disappearing fast from reefs all over the
world. This picture was taken on Tubbahata Reef in the Phillipines,
a national park where no fishing is allowed.