Eurypegasus draconis (Linnaeus, 1766). The broad, expanded pectoral fins of this small marine fish recall the wings of mythical dragons. Despite their fierce appearance, dragonfish are harmless to humans and eat only crustaceans and insects. Size of specimen: 8 centimeters (3.2 inches)
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