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Banded toadfish
Ningaloo Marine Park, Western Australia 
A banded toadfish hides  among the coral on 185-mile-long (298 kilometers) Ningaloo Reef.  Branching skin growths help camouflage the foot-long (0.3 meter) fish  from both predator and prey. (Takako Uno)

Banded toadfish

Ningaloo Marine Park, Western Australia 

A banded toadfish hides among the coral on 185-mile-long (298 kilometers) Ningaloo Reef. Branching skin growths help camouflage the foot-long (0.3 meter) fish from both predator and prey. (Takako Uno)

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Posted on Tuesday, 6 March
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