Nebulous Lizardfish (Saurida nebulosa) eating a Jewel Fairy Basslet
Lizardfish are predatory, relying on camouflage to remain undetected by their prey. They often bury themselves in the sand with only their eyes protruding.
The basslet in the the picture was too large and eventually swam away.
Kjeld Friis on Flickr

Nebulous Lizardfish (Saurida nebulosa) eating a Jewel Fairy Basslet

Lizardfish are predatory, relying on camouflage to remain undetected by their prey. They often bury themselves in the sand with only their eyes protruding.

The basslet in the the picture was too large and eventually swam away.

Kjeld Friis on Flickr

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