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Other Species

The Red band fish (Cepola rubescens) is a large eyed slender bodied fish with orangey red body with a long dorsal fin, they can grow up to 28in (70cm) long.

The Scorpion fish are probably the most dangerous fish that most swimmers will come into contact with. Members of this group of fish have venomous spines on their dorsal, ventral and anal fins, each spine has a separate venom gland at the base. Most injuries are caused when the unsuspecting swimmer steps onto one of these spines whilst swimming.

The Ballan Wrasse is the largest of the wrasses found in British waters and can reach up to 60 cm in length and live to be several years old. These pretty fish have a variety of colours, usually green, but also an orange-tan and sometimes a grey-blue.

The Triggerfish (BALISTES CAROLINENSIS) prefers hard bottoms, reefs, and ledges, the Triggerfish can be found in nearshore and offshore locations. This fish inhabits bays, lagoons, and seaward reefs to depths of 180 feet (55 m). The adults drift along the bottom either alone or in small groups, while the juveniles drift at the surface.



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