moorish idolFish

Fish are animals with backbones. These vertebrates live in salt or fresh water around the world.

The fish featured on this page look like Angelfish but they are actually called Moorish Idol (zanclus cornutus). They are white with yellow and black stripes with long dorsal fins.

The following photographs and movies were taken in the Hawaiian Islands.

Movies

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Moorish Idol Fish
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/fish/idol.mov
Description (QuickTime Movie, no sound): A Moorish Idol fish swimming in a tidepool.

Photographs

Two Moorish Idol Fish Swimming
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/fish/2idol.jpg
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/fish/2idol2.jpg

Single Moorish Idol Fish Swimming
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/fish/idol1.jpg
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/fish/idol3.jpg
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/fish/moreidol2.jpg


Naturescapes Starters is a copyright-friendly image and movie resource for educators and students. The collection was developed as part of a partnership between the eduScapes natureScapes project and TIPT - PT3 project.

The photographs and movies above can be used in educational projects, but may not be reproduced for sale. Be sure to include the following citation somewhere in your project. Insert the title of the photograph or movie where it says ImageName.

Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (2004). ImageName. Naturescapes Starters. <http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters>

 

 

Created 2/04.