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Red-Spotted Hawkfish

The red-spotted hawkfish can be found inhabiting coral reefs from Southern Florida to the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and South America. Hawkfishes use their long pectoral fins to perch themselves on the rocks as they search for their next meal. Hawkfishes feed mainly on crustaceans and other small invertebrates.

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