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It looks like this blenny is sticking out it's tongue. However, since I have several shots the same way I am guessing it is the end of his last meal? Has anyone else seen this?
 

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It looks like this blenny is sticking out it's tongue. However, since I have several shots the same way I am guessing it is the end of his last meal? Has anyone else seen this?

Are all your other shots from the same position, angle? I don't think its a tongue, but perhaps something in surrounding habitat? If you look mid body to left, there appears to be something similar..just a hunch..
 

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Are all your other shots from the same position, angle? I don't think its a tongue, but perhaps something in surrounding habitat? If you look mid body to left, there appears to be something similar..just a hunch..
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Here's another photo showing the "tongue" sticking out.
 

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Pikeblenny peeking out of a hole in one of those sand volcanoes. A divemaster told us a certain worm builds those sand volcanoes.
 
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