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You can find banana fish swimming over coral reefs in large schools, which are formations of many, even hundreds, of fish swimming together. They swim in these large groups to help protect them from predators, hoping they might become confused and think the school is one big fish. A banana fish’s chance to survive is much better in a large group than by itself!

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