photo via: montessori.vacodi.com
To defend themselves, Red Gurnards have a set of sharp spines on their gill plates and dorsal fins that contain a mild poison. As if that wasn’t enough, these fish are known to make a croaking noise similar to a frog to fend off predators and to stay in communication with other Red Gurnards that may be nearby. They accomplish this sound by using their drumming muscle which beats against its swim bladder. I guess that’s why some people refer to it as the “walking talking” fish.
Growing to around 30cm in length, I’d have to say this is one of the most bizarre and beautiful species of fish I’ve seen in a while… and that’s saying something!
photo: Joe H
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