Whitemargin stargazer (Uranoscopus sulphureus) hides itself in volcanic sand
Stargazer fish camouflage themselves by burrowing in the sand
A stargazer fish using its side fins to burrow in the sand
Stargazer Fish use their side fins like shovels to burrow in the sand
A Northern Stargazer fish stares up from the ocean floor
Stargazer Fish are dark brown with white speckles.
A Northern Stargazer swimming above a sandy bottom.
Northern Stargazer Fish can grow up to 22 inches long
A Stargazer Fish awaiting prey
All Stargazer Fish are venomous and have a special organ that shocks prey