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The splendid toadfish, (Sanopus splendidus) also known as the coral toadfish, is a species of toadfish entirely endemic to the island of Cozumel (an island in the Caribbean Sea of the easter coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula). Their dens can be spotted by the sloping sand patch. They are very difficult to coax out in the open. Unlike any other member of the toadfish family, the splendid toadfish is distinctive for its vibrant colors. It has bright yellow fins which also contain distinctive patterning, while its head contains dark and white stripes.

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The splendid toadfish, (Sanopus splendidus) also known as the coral toadfish, is a species of toadfish entirely endemic to the island of Cozumel (an island in the Caribbean Sea of the easter coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula). Their dens can be spotted by the sloping sand patch. They are very difficult to coax out in the open. Unlike any other member of the toadfish family, the splendid toadfish is distinctive for its vibrant colors. It has bright yellow fins which also contain distinctive patterning, while its head contains dark and white stripes.

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