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Redeye Gobies ( Bryaninops natans ) hover in small groups above coral heads, on which they rely for shelter. By living fast and dying young, these tiny (<2cm) fishes fuel reef fish biomass production.

© Tane Sinclair-Taylor
Redeye Gobies ( Bryaninops natans ) hover in small groups above coral heads, on which they rely for shelter. By living fast and dying young, these tiny (<2cm) fishes fuel reef fish biomass production. photo copyright Tane Sinclair-Taylor taken at  and featuring the Cruising Yacht class
Cruising Yacht
Tiny fish live fast, die young
New research has revealed that the short lives and violent deaths of some of coral reefs' smallest tenants may be vital to the health of reef systems, including the iconic Great Barrier Reef.
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