Mol-mol or Parrot fish are a colorful and unique species of fish found in tropical and subtropical waters. They have a distinctive beak-like mouth and a body shape that is laterally compressed, giving them a disc-like appearance. They come in a variety of colors, including green, blue, orange, and red. They are herbivores and feed on algae and coral. They are popular among aquarium hobbyists for their vibrant colors and active swimming behavior. They can grow to be quite large, up to 40 inches in length, and are known for their unique mating and social behavior.
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