The tiny little masked angelfish caught last week in Hawaii is already safe and sound in it’s new home at Blue Harbor in Japan. Koji Wada and the Blue Harbor staff received this little treasure right before taking off for Orlando and they dutifully photographed it as soon as it was acclimated after shipping. As you can see from the photos, this little Genicanthus personatus is not only tiny but also in immaculate condition. We can’t say the same for the tiny but larger bandit angelfish which is pictured with it and we’d be amused to hear that it was the work of the baby personatus angelfish. Huge thanks to Mr. Wada for handing us a physical copy of these digital images which were used to bring you this amazing video collage.
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