Lutjanus argentimaculatus, Mangrove red snapper
Short boarfish. Photo credi: Rick Carey.
Taken at Bluefish Point; not normally found this far south
Tropicals in the temperate region.
Snails aren’t best known for moving at anything faster than, well, a snail’s pace. Yet out in the oceans, a seismic shift in the ranges of species seems to be gathering pace, with snails and their relatives at the vanguard.
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