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Bravo Clinid

This small, colorful bottom dweller is a master of disguise: it can change colors rapidly to disguise itself into its environment. A member of the blenny family, the bravo clinid (labrisomus dentriticus) is endemic to Galápagos, and common throughout the islands. It usually remains motionless when approached by a snorkeler or diver, allowing close inspection. They prefer rocks and crevasses to sandy bottoms.

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24 Nov 2006

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