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Zebrafish
Zebrafish
Zebrafish
The Zebrafish is a seachub, sometimes called Stripey Bream, endemic to reefs and kelp forests of coastal southern Australia. It grows up to 34cm long.
(Despite the name Stripey Bream, the Zebra Seabream is a completely different-looking fish of a different family and native to the eastern Atlantic. The Luderick or Black Bream is another striped seachub of Australian waters.)