A scorpion, a lion and a poisonous fish

Briefing: The Pterois volitans has a name so elegant perhaps because of its lateral fins like wings or for the way they swim that recalls the flight of a seagull; but there is one drawback: their long dorsal and pectoral fins have poisonous spines that cause bites very, very painful! For this reason they are commonly called scorpion or lion fishes. I wanted to portray them together with their neighbors in San Sebastián Aquarium, enclosing them in air bubbles, in order to exalt his nature, so elegant and light.

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