Or maybe it should be more accurately called “fish love circles.” Crisscrossing the ocean floor, this little fish creates a spirographic symbol of fertility on the ocean floor to attract mates. Once the little puffer has attracted a mate, the sand ridges serve as protection from ocean currents that can dislocate newly laid eggs and future young. via colossal. Learn more about the fish and the scuba diver who discovered the circles at Spoon & Tamago.
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