Octonauts befriended this friendly fish after they had saved them from their destroyed home. Anton is believed to be a Frogfish. Let’s confirm it, so here is Anton of Octonauts in real life.
Let’s start by comparing their appearances. Anton possesses a pink-colored body with an antenna and a large pair of pectoral fins. Frogfishes, on the other hand, vary in color because they have 50 different species globally. But what ties all these species is that they all possess two modified pectoral fins.
Let us now compare their abilities. Anton has a fantastic ability to camouflage. Aside from swimming, he can also walk using his two pectoral fins. Likewise, Frogfishes are known to use camouflage against predators masterfully. According to KhaoLakExplorer.com, they are the most challenging creatures to spot underwater. They can change into different colors, depending on their surroundings. Also, their uneven skin texture makes their camouflage a top tier.
But what confirms that Anton is a Frogfish is that they rarely swim because they lack swim bladders. They can only glide for short distances only and prefer to walk using their pectoral fins. We have read from Padi.com A fascinating fact about their pectoral fins. They use their retractable fin to use as a lure against their prey. Once the target ate their bait or fin, they can regenerate it. Frogfishes are the fish version of Deadpool, cunning and have the regenerative ability.
Frogfishes might look adorable but not to their prey. Just because they move slowly doesn’t mean they are not a great predator. With their ability to camouflage, they are unstoppable. They will ambush their prey by striking with a speed of 6 milliseconds and swallow their prey with their mouths that can open up to twice their size. Yep, we don’t mess around Frogfishes.
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