While you remain safely indoors, we’re continuing our look at more of the various fish roaming the waters of South Florida. This time, the spotlight is on the tilefish.
Tilefish tend to dwell in the coastal waters of Miami and Miami Beach and typically consist of golden tilefish and gray tilefish. Golden tilefish are also called big Northern tilefish. Far and away the "silver tiles" or silver tilefish are the most colorful tilefish in offshore fishing areas in South Florida. Golden tilefish are attractively colored, and almost appear to illuminate below the surface. When they are in the water with shades of black, blue and white, they tend to have exquisite neon colors, and often have spots in gold and yellow. Gold tilefish also have lovely, gorgeously iridescent colors.
As loners of sorts, tilefish prefer to stick to the bottom. They have sharp eyesight that helps with catching prey. When they are being preyed upon, they are also able to rapidly dive into their self-made retreats. Furthermore, tilefish like the chameleon sand tilefish can go as far as changing its colors to confuse its pursuers.
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