National Geographic : 1938 Oct
© National Geographic Society 'ainting by -lashime IVlurayama STRIKING "OCEAN GOLDFISH" ARE CONSPICUOUS RESIDENTS OF CATALINA ISLAND'S MARINE GARDEN Orange bodies of pugnacious GARIBALDI (Hypsypops rubicundus) are familiar to sightseers who ride inthe island's glass-bottom boats. They belong to the demoiselle or rock-pilot family, bright little fishes of tropical seas, and depend upon speed and agility forprotection. Onthebottom creep PRAWNS (Pandalusplalyceros), from two to three inches long, members of the vast shrimp family. They have cannibalistic tendencies and live indeep water.