Longlure Frogfish
Longlure Frogfish
Antennarius multiocellatus
Another member of the Frogfish family (Antennariidae), the longlure is common to the waters of the Saba Marine Park, but seldom seen as a master of camouflage. This one, in its yellow phase, is none other than "Kermit" featured in The Guide To The Saba Marine Park which you'll find at the Sea Saba Boutique in Windwardside. Despite their ability to remain inconspicuous and look like nothing more than a small piece of sponge, Sue Hurrell has developed an uncanny ability to spot these elusive creatures. So go slow and keep a sharp eye out because someone's watching you.

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