The leopard blenny (Exallias brevis) gets its name from the colorful spots covering its white body. The leopard blenny is found around most Indo-Pacific reefs. This species of blenny is found in coral reefs throughout the Pacific and Indian oceans. This large species grows to a length of up to 6 inches (15 centimeters). It feeds almost exclusively on stony coral polyps and tends to be territorial over its food source. This fish is popular in the aquarium hobby because of its coloration, but is difficult to keep in captivity.