Tuesday, April 28, 2009
A reef is an unspoiled, massive structure of color and coral; massing with a blend creamy to green or brown colors with majestic seascapes. The fish that live in a reef are the most colorful and spindled of the marine animals in the reef’s habitat.
The reef fish glide an array of colored, spotted, striped and barred shapes; followed by colors of blue, purple, greenish and yellow fans and sea whips. For example, the blue parrotfish, yellowtail snapper are a sample of the fish that live in a reef. The volume of specimens of tropical fish covers more than 160 species of tropical fish.
The crowd or throng of life in the reef makes up the coral community.
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