Painted Goby


The name says it all: because the painted goby boasts a row of double black spots on both its dorsal fins. Measuring barely six centimetres long, this fish lives on gravelly beds in the western Baltic Sea and its spotted markings provide the perfect camouflage. The painted goby feeds on small crustaceans and spawns from February to July.


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