A small school of reef fish in Hawaii’s waters bunch into a ball to feed on something hidden by their tight knit group. Hawaii’s reefs offer a wide variety of reef fish visible to snorkelers, divers, and sometimes even those watching from the shore.
The water clarity varies throughout Hawaii but it is typically better than average with visibility of 10 to 100 feet. All of the Hawaiian islands have near-shore coral reefs and many of those reefs are accessible by humans.
In all we count the following four species. Can you find them all (or spot any others)?
- Millet Seed Butterflyfish
- Sergeant Fish
- Four Spot Butterflyfish
- Saddle Wrasse