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Mullidae

Mullidae fish Red Sea
Region: Egypt
Created: Sep 06, 2010, modified: Jan 13, 2012, overall rating: 0.000

Mullidae

Red Sea-Reefs - day - schooling - carnivores - snorkeling / scuba diving - 0 / 20 m deep

Mullet - they are easily recognizable by a slender body and a pair of long whiskers under the lower jaw. Antennae contain chemically sensitive organs that help fish to find prey, hiding under the sand. When the fish is at rest, antennae are located along the body, under the "throat", but during the races males very effective they are shaken.

Mullet all carnivorous and feed mainly on small invertebrates, but some species are not averse and small fish.
The second name of this little fish - red mullet.


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