Diving Fun Fact

Devil Scorpionfish, Lembeh, Indonesia

The devil scorpionfish, or goblin fish, (Inimicus) is a highly venomous ambush predator. Spending the majority of its time lying in wait for prey on the seafloor, it has adapted to use the four lower rays of its pectoral fins as legs. Using sub-carangiform locomotion, it walks along the seafloor searching for spots to wait for prey. Read more in our post, Scuba Diving the Weird and Wonderful Waters of Lembeh Indonesia.

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