Underwater Spectacle in the Revillagigedo Archipelago.

Dive into the fascinating world of cleaning stations, where marine life engages in a choreographed dance of symbiosis. These underwater hubs act as spas for fish, providing a crucial service that goes beyond the surface.

Cleaner fish, known for their meticulous grooming skills, set up shop at these stations, offering their services to larger fish and even sharks.In this unique underwater ecosystem, diverse species come together for mutual benefit – the cleaners get a meal from removing parasites, and their clients enjoy a refreshing cleanse.

The dance of colors and shapes at these stations creates a captivating spectacle, highlighting the intricate relationships that exist beneath the waves.

From bustling coral reefs to the open ocean, cleaning stations are a testament to the interconnected web of marine life. Exploring these hubs unveils the hidden world of collaboration, where creatures, big and small, participate in a delicate ballet that contributes to the overall health and balance of the underwater ecosystem.

Cleaner Fish in Revillagigedo:

Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse (Labroides dimidiatus)

King Angelfish (Holacanthus passer)

Neon Goby (Elacatinus spp.)

Cleaner Shrimp (Lysmata amboinensis)

Spanish Hogfish (Bodianus rufus)

These cleaning specialists add an extra layer of vibrancy to the underwater spectacle in the Revillagigedo Archipelago.

Dani Moreno

By Nautilus Crew

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