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Why you shouldn’t buy a Dory fish?

Asked: The Dimestore Fishermen, Last Updated:

They have very sharp spines on either side of their tail which erect when [the fish are] frightened. They have a huge distribution (Indo-Pacific) but are under threat from illegal collection. They graze algae on coral reefs, which is a very important job because it prevents the corals from being over-grown."

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