Dr. Seuss’ Fish, Belonoperca pylei, has hit at Aqua Stage 21 in Japan. This rare deepwater soapfish fish usually lives in really deep water around 330ft (100m) in Marshall island. However, accordingto Aqua Stage 21 blog, he was collected in not such a deep water because he swam up to shallower depth. It was really by accident that this Belonoperca pylei was collected. Because of the shallow collection point, the Dr. Seuss fish does not have decompression problem. His size is around 2.5inch, by the way.
[via Aqua Stage 21]
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