Tuesday, 12 July 2011
Who needs fish fingers? Not this tuskfish...
A diver has snapped some rare images of a blackspot tuskfish - Choerodon schoenleinii - holding a clam in its mouth and hitting it against a rock.
Scott Gardner was exploring Australia's Great Barrier Reef when he heard a banging sound emanating from the sea floor. He swam down to take a look and was amazed to see the tuskfish industriously working away to get at the juicy bivalve inside. Who needs opposable thumbs?
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2013498/Diver-Scott-Gardner-takes-photos-wild-fish-using-tool.html#ixzz1RsbgOsAc