Hinge Beak Shrimp


An unknown species of Cinetorhynchus, possibly reticulatos, commonly known as a hinge beak shrimp sits on the coral feeding. Hinge beak shrimps are nocturnal and are mainly reddish in color. Because of the size of its claws, this is probably a male, as males have larger claws than the females. Often found in large groups these shrimp tend to be scavengers.

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