- "I caught a barred knifejaw! I'll have to use it to cute veggies!"
An information board in the aquarium will provide information about this fish.
"Barred knifejaws stand out thanks to the seven stripes adorning their white bodies. Their natural curiosity and strong pull make them a popular target of anglers, but they're no easy catch. They have strong teeth that allow them to make short work of sea creatures with tough shells. This means that both urchins and mollusks need to be careful, lest they become meals for these fish."
In real lifeEdit
The Barred Knifejaw, also called the Striped Beakfish or the Striped Beakperch, is a tropical fish found primarily in Japanese waters. Its main habitat are coral reefs. While old, the fish is distinguished by alternating stripes or bars of light and dark grey, hence the name. Adults, which grow up to 15 inches, tend to be charcoal grey. Its diet consists largely of shelled invertebrates.