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Image of a foureye butterflyfish on a coral reef
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Foureye Butterflyfish

The foureye butterflyfish gets its name because the large black spots near its tail resemble an extra set of eyes. In fact, these markings help to confuse predators into thinking that this is the head of the fish, enabling the foureye to escape during the confusion.

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