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  • Tammy Morin

    ♀ Underwater photography animals kingdom Napoleon Wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus). Photo by Gary Brennand

  • David Skinner

    'Napoleon Wrasse Cheilinus Undulatus' from Cairns, Australia. sea life, animals, ocean, ocean life, aquatic animals, fish, fishes, marine biology, water, under water life #sealife #marine

  • Marlena Fugleberg

    This is a ‘Napoleon Wrasse Cheilinus Undulatus’ from Cairns, Australia. "How about a kiss?"

  • Bobby Apperson

    Pet one of these at the great barrier reef / 2011 / The humphead wrasse is the largest living member of the family Labridae, with males reaching 6 feet (2 m) in length, while females rarely exceed about 3 feet (1 m). It has thick, fleshy lips and a hump that forms on its head above the eyes, becoming more prominent as the fish ages. Males range from a bright electric blue to green, a purplish blue, or a relatively dull blue/green.

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