Hemanthias Vivanus, photo Wikipedia.
The Suffolk Times: Visitors to the Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center will soon be able to see a rarely displayed deepwater fish—thanks to a snorkeler’s discovery in Shinnecock Bay.
The tiny orange and pink fish was found hiding among the cracks of a rotting underwater piling in just three feet of water—a record for both range and depth in which such a fish has ever been seen, according to aquarium officials.
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