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Triggerfish are members of the Balistidae family, which includes 40 species in 11 genera that inhabit coral reefs in the Atlantic, the Indian, and the Pacific Oceans. They are more common to divers than to anglers, although some are occasionally caught incidentally, and they have been associated with poisoning.
Black coral, primnoid coral, and feather stars flourish on the pristine Davidson Seamount off the coast of California.
The Four-eye Butterfly Fish (Chaetodon capistratus) inhabits the reef environment of the Florida Keys. They mate for life and therefore you will often see two of them. If you can imagine two butterfly fish nose to nose, they look like a butterfly.