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Sargassum frogfish, Histrio histrio (5 cm), Longdong, Tawain. The sargassum frogfish dart forward to grab prey by expelling water forcibly through its gill openings. It can expand its mouth to many times its original size in a fraction of a second, and can swallow prey larger than itself. Longdong (Dragon Cave) is the largest bay on the Northeast Coast and the bay host an abundant marine life.
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Sargassum frogfish, Histrio histrio (5 cm), Longdong, Tawain. The sargassum frogfish dart forward to grab prey by expelling water forcibly through its gill openings. It can expand its mouth to many times its original size in a fraction of a second, and can swallow prey larger than itself. Longdong (Dragon Cave) is the largest bay on the Northeast Coast and the bay host an abundant marine life.