A Sunfish at a depth of 21 m, off Marley Point, Royal National Park (just south of Sydney), October, 2005.
The fish was hanging vertically in the water. Mados and Silver Trevallies were cleaning the fish by eating parasitic copepods of its body.
Last Updated: 7 June 2012
A Slender Sunfish Ranzania laevis larva View full size
Photographer: Chris Kenaley © Museum of Comparative Zoology
A Southern Ocean Sunfish on the surface View full size
Photographer: B. & J. Carter © B. & J. Carter
Ocean Sunfish viewed from above View full size
Photographer: Paul Ovenden © Australian Museum
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