Leka Keppe Cichlid Sarotherodon lohbergeri

Leka Keppe Leka Keppe with pointed snout.
Leka Keppe and Unga Leka Keppe, background, with Unga - foreground showing turned-up mouth.
The Leka Keppe or Keppi is one of a small number of species of cichlid native only to western Cameroon's crater lake Barombi Mbo and its Kumba stream. It grows to 16cm long. Like the few other endemic Barombi Mbo fish, it is critically endangered due to human-caused pollution, sedimentation, overfishing and introduction of predators.