Lionfish | Pterois volitans
"Lionfish, also called turkey fish, dragon fish and scorpion fish, are native to the reefs and rocky crevices of the Indo-Pacific, although they’ve found their way to warm ocean habitats worldwide."
(by Coggsman)

Lionfish | Pterois volitans

"Lionfish, also called turkey fish, dragon fish and scorpion fish, are native to the reefs and rocky crevices of the Indo-Pacific, although they’ve found their way to warm ocean habitats worldwide."

(by Coggsman)

Lionfish | Pterois volitans

"Lionfish, also called turkey fish, dragon fish and scorpion fish, are native to the reefs and rocky crevices of the Indo-Pacific, although they’ve found their way to warm ocean habitats worldwide."

(by Coggsman)


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    The “Scorpion Fish” bit (I believe) is a reference to the scientific family it comes from “Scorpaenidae” a.k.a....
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    It does not look like a turkey or dragon or scorpion though?
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