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Humphead Wrasse

Eva's K-scope Project
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Alana Ellenburg

on 12 April 2013

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Transcript of Humphead Wrasse

Background photo by t.shigesa Humphead Wrasse Where is it's habitat? The Humphead Wrasse is indeed
a vertebrate. What is their diet? Omnivore,herbivore,or carnivore? What is their normal size? The scientific name for the
Humphead Wrasse is Cheilinus Undulatus. The Humphead Wrasse's habitat is in coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region. Vertebrate or invertebrate? The Humphead Wrasse's diet is shellfish, sea stars, sea urchins, and crabs. The Humphead Wrasse is an omnivore animal. Adults can be up to eight feet long. Some Special Characteristics 1. They are endangered. 2. They can change color, shape, or gender! 3. They will not survive in home aquariums. 4. Some have even been known
to form special bonds with
divers whom the wrasse
recognize and seek out. 5. With the exception of BIG Sharks few predators are able to eat the Humphead Wrasse. Meet the Humphead Wrasse!! Thank you for learning about
the Humphead Wrasse!!
Have a FISHY DAY!!! 6. The Humphead Wrasse was named for the hump on their forehead. 7.They can live up to 30 years!
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