A White-banded Cleaner Shrimp (Lysmata amboinensis) awaits her next client. These crustaceans make a living by picking off small parasites and dead skin tissue from fishes. Although often associated with moray eels, they have a whole array of different clients species.
Most of the time it is best to film an underwater subject using a subtle frog’s perspective. In this case that was not much of a challenge as the shrimp was walking on the ceiling of a small overhang, which made it impossible to film it from another angle.
This short underwater videoclip has been filmed in Mauritius 🇲🇺
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