Nassau Grouper are solitary fish and defend a territory against other Nassau Groupers. During a territorial dispute, which usually involves chasing, smaller Grouper often adopt a submissive bicolour pattern consisting of a dark back and pale belly with a white stripe running through the eye.
I filmed these Nassau Grouper at Bloody Bay Wall, Little Cayman, and it was a never ending dispute.
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