I love this and many of Brian Skerry’s photographs. Here, a Caribbean reef shark samples a Pacific lionfish at Cordelia Banks in Honduras. “A few spiny lionfish escaped from an aquarium 20 years ago, and today they’re a plague, preying on the reef’s fish population. Scientists are helping sharks acquire a taste for the invaders by feeding them speared lionfish” (National Geographic).
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Source of this and other Skerry photos for National Geographic: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2012/10/mesoamerican-reef/skerry-photography?source=link_fb20120924ngm-sharkreefinfb&utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_fb20120924ngm-sharkreefinfb&utm_campaign=Content#/07-caribbean-reef-shark-eats-lionfish-a-670.jpg