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He transforms corals into thin sand
The blue parrotfish is a coral fish that lives in the waters of the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean. It feeds on algae that it manages to lift off rocks and corals thanks to its parrot's beak. Throughout the day, the blue parrotfish ingest pieces of coral that it later rejects into its environment in the form of coral sand. Each year, a parrotfish can produce 100 kilograms of sand.
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