<p><strong>Fig. 4.47.</strong> Examples of color-changing fish. The peacock flounder (Bothus mancus or pāki‘i in Hawaiian) is a bottom-dwelling flatfish common in the tropical Pacific. It can rapidly change skin colors.</p>

Fig. 4.47. Examples of color-changing fish. The peacock flounder (Bothus mancus or pāki‘i in Hawaiian) is a bottom-dwelling flatfish common in the tropical Pacific. It can rapidly change skin colors.

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