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9 Ways You’re Like a Fish: I’m pretty sure you can read a clock. One fish named Bentley understood the length of time that he spent waiting for a meal! Read more: http://www.peta2.com/blog/how-you-are-like-a-fish/#ixzz31etNLlqd

9 Ways You’re Like a Fish: I’m pretty sure you can read a clock. One fish named Bentley understood the length of time that he spent waiting for a meal! Read more: http://www.peta2.com/blog/how-you-are-like-a-fish/#ixzz31etNLlqd

The sea urchin-eating wolf eel waits for its prey in British Columbia, as seen in the IMAX 3D film “Deep Sea 3D,’ distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. - Photo by Michele Hall

The sea urchin-eating wolf eel waits for its prey in British Columbia, as seen in the IMAX film “Deep Sea distributed by Warner Bros. - Photo by Michele Hall

Rockmover wrasses, Novaculichthys taeniourus, were working on the coral rubble in Anilao. These wrasses, true to their name, pick up pieces of rock or rubble and search for edibles underneath. Often a pair of wrasses would work together; several other fishes, like sand perches, would wait nearby to profit from the digging activity - By   Klaus Stiefel.

Rockmover wrasses, Novaculichthys taeniourus, were working on the coral rubble in Anilao. These wrasses, true to their name, pick up pieces of rock or rubble and search for edibles underneath.

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