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Slow, reclusive and lacking in both offensive and defensive weaponry – not to mention being far from streamlined – the frogfish wouldn’t seem to have the tools needed to become a lethal predator. Yet despite some seeming shortcomings in the attack department, these enigmatic little creatures (a common sight off Wakatobi) have developed a unique strategy to capture prey – they remain stationary and camouflaged, and they go fishing.

Walt Stearns
Walt Stearnshttps://underwaterjournal.com/
Editor for Scuba Diver Magazine's North America edition, Walt Stearns, has been involved in the diving industry for more than 30 years. As one of the most prolific photojournalists in diving media Walt’s articles and images have appeared in a wide range of national and international diving, water sports and travel titles.
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