The Black Rockfish (Mycteroperca bonaci) is a species of concern belonging in the species group "fishes" and found in the following area(s): Central America, North America (including United States), Oceanic, South America. This species is also known by the following name(s): Black Grouper, Marbled Rockfish, M. b. ssp. xanthosticta, Serranus arara, Serranus bonaci, Serranus bruneus, Serranus cyclopomatus, Serranus decimalis, Serranus latepictus, Trisotropis aguaji, Bonaeci Arara.
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10 Unusually White Creatures You'll Probably Never See in Real LifeCreatures with albinism and leucism are beautiful and rare animals. They have all the characteristics of others of their species except they are white in color. The lack of melanin generally results in the animal looking bleached all over, appearing white or pink. It happens in many animals ranging from squirrels to whitetail deer. Here are ten incredible and rare, white-colored creatures that you'll probably never see in real life.