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note, this video was out there on YouTube for a while, but then Peter Wainwright, who made it, showed it in the intro Bio class I teach with him at UC Davis a few weeks ago and I tweeted about it, and it went viral — see my post for more detail — http://phylogenomics.blogspot.com/2009/11/and-sling-jaw-wrasse-makes-it-to-espn.html
There are several species of cichlids which have similar jaws. I haven’t kept up with cichlid taxonomy, but take a look at the genus Petinia (if it is still there).
Here you go. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbGILi8p5Y8
This is the red form of the bay snook.
Oh lord, that is a creepy fish!
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