A red roman and a pyjama shark swim side by side in Table Mountain National Park Marine Protected Area. False Bay is a real biodiversity hotspot owing to its position at the intersection of two major ocean currents.
Colorful reef fish called roman swim in a kelp forest in False Bay, South Africa. Two major ocean currents meet here, spawning some of the most diverse and unique marine life on the planet.
A Red Roman in Table Mountain National Park Marine Protected Area. Populations of this seabream have been in decline from overfishing, but show a strong recovery in no-take marine protected areas.