Atya gabonensis (vampire shrimp) is a species of freshwater shrimp from West Africa and South America. It is an omnivorous filter feeder that uses feather-like claspers to filter particles from the water. It can grow to 6 inches (150 mm). Atya gabonensis is found in West Africa, from Senegal to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and in South America from Venezuela to Brazil.

Atya gabonensis (vampire shrimp) is a species of freshwater shrimp from West Africa and South America. It is an omnivorous filter feeder that uses feather-like claspers to filter particles from the water. It can grow to 6 inches (150 mm). Atya gabonensis is found in West Africa, from Senegal to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and in South America from Venezuela to Brazil.

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A Crocodile fish or Flathead (Platycephalidae) resting on a red sea sponge in Buoy 4, Hoga Island, Indonesia.
Crocodile fishes are found on rocky or soft bottoms of the continental shelf from 20 to 200 m depth. This family is normally restricted to the Indo-Pacific area [source].
Photo credit: ©Alistair Bygrave

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A Crocodile fish or Flathead (Platycephalidae) resting on a red sea sponge in Buoy 4, Hoga Island, Indonesia.

Crocodile fishes are found on rocky or soft bottoms of the continental shelf from 20 to 200 m depth. This family is normally restricted to the Indo-Pacific area [source].

Photo credit: ©Alistair Bygrave