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Grey angelfish (Pomacanthus arcuatus) Cozumel, Mexico : Stock Photo
Caribbean Sea. Grey angelfish are coral dwelling fish found from 2-30 metres. They are either solitary or live in pairs and will approach humans. They feed on algae, gorgonians and seagrasses. Native from Gulf of Mexico to Brazil.

Grey angelfish (Pomacanthus arcuatus) Cozumel, Mexico

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Stuart Westmorland
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Caribbean Sea. Grey angelfish are coral dwelling fish found from 2-30 metres. They are either solitary or live in pairs and will approach humans. They feed on algae, gorgonians and seagrasses. Native from Gulf of Mexico to Brazil.
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