WhyReef - Lifestyle
During the day, bluestripe snappers can be spotted swimming near the edges of the reef. At night they move away from the reef and look for food in soft, sandy areas. When they’re young, bluestripe snappers live in seagrass beds which keep them hidden from bigger fish that want to eat them.
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