One deep-sea fish with enhanced vision: silver spinyfin (Diretmus argenteus)

Fish living up to 1500 metres below the surface have developed surprisingly diverse vision that could help them determine predator from prey in the dimly-lit depths of their fish-eats-fish world.

10 May 2019
Dottyback eyeing off its juvenile damselfish prey. Dottybacks change color to imitate the parental fish of the juveniles they prey upon

Treachery is afoot – or a-fin – on the Great Barrier Reef, where damselfish unknowingly harbour a masked killer in their midst.

1 April 2015