Eastern triangle butterflyfish (Chaetodon baronessa)

The eastern triangle butterflyfish is a species of butterflyfish. It is found in the central Indo-West Pacific region from the Cocos-Keeling Islands and Indonesia in the eastern Indian Ocean to Fiji and Tonga, north to southern Japan, south to New Caledonia and New South Wales in Australia. It grows to a maximum of 16 cm long.The eastern triangle butterflyfish is found in seaward and lagoon coral reefs. They usually swim around in pairs and are territorial. This species feeds exclusively on the polyps of the tubular Acropora corals.

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Some random fish drawing / painting!

left to right: Blue betta; Red betta; Neon tetra; Copperband butterflyfish; Swordtail; and Sergeant major damselfish

The Manta Ray is one of the most graceful creatures on earth. Huge but gentle filter feeders, Mantas glide ginormous distances across oceans, scooping up food along the way. They stop once in awhile to visit cleaning stations like the one you see here, where small fishes eat parasitic microorganisms off of the Manta’s body. To provide a sense of scale, the yellow butterflyfish you see just beneath the Manta are about the size of your hand - photo taken at Raja Ampat, Indonesia