Snorkeling in shallow water.
Two young-of-year bonefish captured in shrimp trawl in about 6-ft of water just off Traylor Island, Aransas Bay, TX, USA. The fish were donated to the lab of Dr. Jerry Ault at the University of Miami/RSMAS for DNA analysis. Collected and photographed by Johnathon Reed.
San Diego County, California, US
Bonefish on shallow grass flats
The bonefishes are a family (Albulidae) of ray-finned fish that are popular as game fish in Florida, select locations in the South Pacific, and the Bahamas (where two bonefish are featured on the 10-cent coin) and elsewhere. The family is small, with 12 species in two genera.