Scientific name: Synanceia verrucosa
Size: Up to 15.7 inches
Color: Variable, often gray, pink or brown
Distinguishing feature: Massive body, swollen, flaccid.
Where did we see it: French polynesia, Mayotte, Raja Ampat, Egypt
The stonefish is a fish that can be found in the sand but is often found in the rocks in which it's hidden.
It's not easy to spot, its skin also secreting mucus allowing it to recover debris of corals or algae on its skin.
It's the most poisonous species of fish in the world. Injuries can sometimes be fatal.
We can hear the bull shark is very dangerous because of attacks near La Réunion island.
However, tens of them are living at 600 feet from the famous beach of Playa Del Carmen in Mexico. And there are no attacks.
Mammals have a horizontal tail.
Fishes have a vertical fin.
The kakihona sushi (sushi wrapped in persimmon leaves) are really the best!
To eat them, you have to go to Nara!