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Explores the varied ways in which fish are adapted to the reef environment - the means by which they derive food and shelter, and their interactions. Topics include the grazing activities of parrotfishes and surgeonfishes, the relationships of anemonefishes and their sea-anemone hosts, and the lifestyle of other dominant fish families. Predators of fishes on coral reefs are also covered.
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