Longnose butterfly fish

These fish are identified by their vibrant, yellow coloration and their slender, cylindrical snouts. They inhabit reefs and caves, where their long, slender noses are suited to searching between the cracks of rocks and coral to find small crustaceans to prey upon.

Scientific Name
Forcipiger flavissimus
Order: Perciformes, Family: Chaetodontidae
South of Sagami Bay, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean