Wrasse

Wrasse Seychelles

A wrasse is a family of marine fish native to the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. They usually inhabit coral reefs and rocky shores. There are about 500 species of wrasse (making it the second largest fish family) and most of them are brightly colored. They are carnivores and feed on a variety of invertebrates. Wrasses are popular aquarium fish. Some species live well in captivity while others rarely survive at all. Some are extremely social, some become aggressive as they age and some are aggressive also as juveniles. Before adding a wrasse to your aquarium, research the specific species well.

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