On February 18, 2019 in Gili Islands, Indonesia, a frogfish is captured on video yawning and blending in with some coral plants. It seemed to be acting this way to contain the divers that were moving around it.
The frogfish seems to be a fairly strange species of fish that is known for its ability to change its color completely to blue, white, black, red, pink, orange, yellow and brown. This is a wonderful ability and looks truly aesthetic. In this video it works perfectly because at first glance, the frogfish literally looks like its part of the coral plant. It takes a few moments to notice that it is only blending in and that its directly in the middle of the plant.
They are also known for using this type of technique to evade other predators or even use it as a strategy to capture prey. It is called aggressive mimicry. They tend to blend in with any part of coral reef or sea stones. An amazing technique and way of life for this more strange species of fish.
Enjoy the video clip here!