The Double Header Wrasse is not to be mistaken with the bump head parrotfish. This weird looking fish is one of the largest wrasse and is endemic to Lord Howe Island Australia. Taken with fujifilm E900
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Evolution in the making, maybe. It is like it is transitioning into another form.A forehead, nose and buck teeth. Wonderful capture. The wonders of nature.
Thanks. Lord Howe is a great place to visit if you like seeing ‘different’. A huge amount of it flora and fauna only exist on that one small island in the pacific.
– Sean Elliott
May 22,2010Wonderful capture :)
Your welcome, thanks for the information
He wouldn’t win any beauty contest but a great capture Sean :)
Excellent capture! Well done.1Day 13 Oct 2010
Thanks so much.
He looks a little grumpy. Congratulations on your features.
Obviously last in the queue when it came to beauty, but there’s something engaging about him all the same!!! well done on your feature! :)
Always great to see such a rare creature. Even the ugly ones :)