A Green Turtle (Chelonia Mydas) feeds on the sea grass in the sheltered bay at Marsa Abu Dabab in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea

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A Green Turtle (Chelonia Mydas) feeds on the sea grass in the sheltered bay at Marsa Abu Dabab in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea
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A Green Turtle (Chelonia Mydas) feeds on the sea grass in the sheltered bay at Marsa Abu Dabab in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea. A juvenile Golden Trevally (Gnathanodon Specious), often referred to as a pilot fish, accompanies the turtle in a type of symbiosis called commensalism.Two remoras (Remora Remora) also tag along for the benefit of feeding off the turtles excretions.
Location: Marsa Abu Dabab in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea