This orange stripe prawn goby, also known as a Randall's shrimp goby, is a member of the largest group of fishes in the sea. There are over 2,000 species worldwide. Shrimp gobies form a symbiotic relationship with a small shrimp. The shrimp digs a burrow that is shared by both. Other symbiotic relationships in the ocean include the clownfish with anemones, and corals with their algae.