• Fish colony

     Latin colonia.

     Fish colony - temporary protective groupings of fish, predominantly of the same sex, formed on breeding grounds in order to protect offspring from enemies (male oily fish and killer whale).

     A relationship of individual organisms of the same species living together, usually based on mutual benefit, such as for protection.

     Physalia physalis is one example of colony polyp forms.

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Fish colony

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