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a seaweed blenny, Brazil
April 24, 2016

Blenny Blind

A seaweed blenny—a small and usually bottom-dwelling fish recognizable by the branchlike cirri above its eyes—watches from the safety of its hiding spot. This underwater image was taken off the coast of Brazil and submitted by Your Shot community member Dan Lublinski.

Lublinski's shot was recently featured in the Daily Dozen.

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Photograph by Dan Lublinski, National Geographic Your Shot
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