The Unicornfish is one of the larger fish (Maximum length of 21.5 inches) in the Pacific Barrier Reef exhibit of the Tropical Diver gallery at the Georgia Aquarium. These fish are native to the Indian and Pacific oceans. They display a large blue marking on the nose and blue spots and stripes across the body but often change color based on the environment or when threatened.
Unicornfish are also known as Surgeonfish or Lancetfish because of a blade like spine in and two hook-like plates along the tail, which are used for defense and are as sharp as a surgeons scalpel.
Georgia Aquarium Tropical Diver Exhibit
Sirui P-204S Monopod
Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G
35mm @ f/8 – 1/50 sec – ISO 320