The Bi-Coloured Foxface (Siganus uspi) is a tropical marine (saltwater) reef fish in the Siganidae family. It is also known as the Uspi Rabbitfish.
The Bi-Coloured Foxface is purple-black with a yellow tail and yellow rear section. It has a yellow patch near its gills and a thick white band across its face. It has a nose that looks like the nose of a fox.
It measures about 18 centimetres (7 inches) long.
The Bi-Coloured Foxface is native to the western Pacific Ocean. It prefers tropical reefs and lagoons.
It is omnivorous, eating mostly algae, but also zooplankton and coral.
Location of photograph: Parc Zoologique de Paris in Bois de Vincennes, France
Photographer: Martina Nicolls
Martina Nicolls: SIMILAR BUT DIFFERENT IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM