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A young French angelfish has a unique “job” to perform in the ocean.
A young French angelfish has a unique “job” to perform in the ocean. It eats parasites that are using a number of other fish as hosts. For this reason the French angelfish is not attacked or harmed while performing this service. This symbiotic relationship gives evidence of the provision given to these sea creatures by their Creator.
CLASS: Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes)
ORDER: Perciformes (perch-like fishes)
FAMILY: Pomacanthidae (angelfishes)
GENUS/SPECIES: Pomacanthus paru
Size: Average 10–14 in (25–36 cm)
Depth: 10–330 ft (3–100 m)
Diet: Sponges, algae, brine shrimp, and squid
Habitat: Coral reefs in the Atlantic Ocean