oddball saltwater fish and inverts
  • zebra blenny

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        Zebra Blennies fish swim with lateral undulations like little eels, their pectoral fins folded back along their sides. With the same motion, they can wriggle almost out of the water to bask in the sun, sometimes sprawling all over each other. They can spot a potential predator as much as 50 ft. away, and if alarmed can leap, slither and skip a surprising distance over the rocks, somehow knowing in advance the location of the next pool. They can even leap while swimming, sometimes 2 ft. above the surface! It is possible that they are evolving toward an amphibious existence.