Grand Bahama, Bahamas

The roughhead blenny is a species of blenny native to the tropical western Atlantic Ocean. Making their homes in the holes of rock and coral. These blennies wait about a quarter to half-way out of their burrows looking for food particles floating by in the water column. Quite inquisitive, these blennies will often see themselves in the reflection of my dome port and think another blenny is encroaching on their turf. I try and use that to my advantage with territorial species like these ones.

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