Giacomo Bernardi, an evolutionary biologist at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Wrote about it in the journal "Coral Reefs": "We observed an individual of Choerodon anchorago cracking bivalves using a rock as an anvil. After two such events, we started filming the behavior, which was repeated a third time... It requires a lot of forward thinking, because there are a number of steps involved. For a fish, it’s a pretty big deal.”
|The Anchor Tuskfish, showing |
its impressive teeth.
(Photo Ned DeLorach)
You know, I won't be suprised if one of these days Sponge Bob appears to be a true species.