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Achilles Surgeonfish schooling and grazing on coral algae

Achilles Surgeonfish schooling and grazing on coral algae

Achilles Surgeonfish, aka Achilles Tang, has a striking black body with orange-red and white accents. They often travel and feed in schools, and grazes on algae throughout the day. Surgeonfish have a blade like spine in the tail that points outwards when bent and is used for defense, and is as sharp as a surgeons scalpel, hence the name 'Surgeonfish'.

 

The coral reef is a very fragile part of the ocean, and many creatures are needed to help keep it healthy and in balance. Large schools of surgeonfish are needed to maintain this balance.

 

  • Scientific Name: Acanthurus achilles

 

  • Resolution:  4K 3840 x 2160

    Frame Rate:  29.97 fps

    Bitrate:  ≈150 Mbps

    File Type:  MP4

    Codec:  H.264

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