Blog Bathala – 09.07.2021
Glassfishes are found in shallow waters up to 10m deep, usually hidden among the reef. They feed on crustaceans, worms and other invertebrates. In turn, they fall prey to larger fish such as snappers, groupers, jackfish, lionfish. They are a schooling fish, rarely seen in groups smaller than 10. In some occasions we observe a spectacle similar to fireworks, as the school of glassfish move in all directions, back and forth, trying to avoid getting caught.