Stock Photo - Given its distinctive colour pattern the coral hind Cephalopholis miniata is not too difficult to identify Despite appearing to live a solitary existance, each individual belongs to a harem comprising one dominant male and a number of females By dispersing across the reef the harem is able to control a large territory in which to feed They are predators with small fish making up the bulk of their diet To 450 mm Red Sea, tropical Indian Ocean to central Pacific

Stock Photo: Given its distinctive colour pattern the coral hind Cephalopholis miniata is not too difficult to identify Despite appearing to live a solitary existance.

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