Eel Blenny

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Tiny blennies such as this spinyhead poke out from the coral in Cuba’s Cayo Largo, always on the lookout for edible items within darting reach. “They are no bigger than an infant’s finger, but they are tigers—extremely aggressive and territorial,” says photographer David Doubilet. “They seem to have no concept of their own size.”
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    Jesus Christ

    FUCK YEAH I’M AN EEL

    the_duck

    GET OFF MY LAWN!

    SumoSnipe

    “Aggressive and territorial…No concept of their own size.” Sounds like they are the chihuahuas of the sea. Only cuter.

    the3g_ipwn

    YOU!
    YES, YOU!
    STAND STILL LADDIE!

    Dreth

    oh hai there

    Pants

    aaaaayyyyyyyy

    j_bryon

    Well, I guess naked SCUBA diving is out in Cuba’s Cayo Largo! *shiver*