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William Drumm Photography

A big male Cabezon (Scorpaenichthys marmoratus) guards his nest of roughly 50,000 eggs, in Edmonds Underwater Park, Washington. These big fish are known to be very easily agitated while guarding a nest, and often bite or head-but divers that get too close. Photo by William Drumm.

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2012 William Drumm
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A big male Cabezon (Scorpaenichthys marmoratus) guards his nest of roughly 50,000 eggs, in Edmonds Underwater Park, Washington. These big fish are known to be very easily agitated while guarding a nest, and often bite or head-but divers that get too close. Photo by William Drumm.