Information about the Rainbow Scorpionfish:
The Rainbow Scorpionfish is a bottom dwelling fish, commonly in the reefs, rocky areas and kelp forests in the Eastern Pacific: California, USA to Peru and the Galapagos Islands. A common but inconspicuous species. They have earned their name, as they have sharp spines with a venom gland, and these can inflict a nasty sting if they're provoked. Otherwise, these brightly colored fish tend stay hidden, rather than actively hunt, preferring to ambush any prey that wander close to them. They feed on small gastropods, crustaceans and fish, using the enormously powerful suction of their mouths to gulp up prey.
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