Pelagic: As stated above, S. pelagica spends almost all of its life grazing in patches of drifting sea weed, more specifically Sargassum weed. S. pelagica mimics its environment, the Sargassum sea weeds, very accurately. The leaf-like lobes along its back, and its specific coloration make it almost impossible to spot when floating in a patch of Sargassum. This is a form of camoflauge that is very successful in deceiving pradators.
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