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Underwater World: Strange Beauties of the Sea

Photography by David Hall | Captions by Della Watson

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The enigmatic mosshead warbonnet can often be found with its head poking out of a rock crevice, a tubeworm hole, or an old shell. This particular critter was spotted in Browning Pass, in Queen Charlotte Strait. Named for its peculiar head ornamentation, the photogenic fish eats invertebrates and fish.


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