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King Wrasse are the most commonly seen fish around Rottnest. They are found in water down to at least 45m. Juveniles and small adult females sometimes act as cleaner fishes. They set up stations and remove skin parasites from other fish species. Juveniles hide in the reefs and adults form groups on the edge of the reef close to sand and seagrass.
Threats include; habitat destruction, over-fishing and pollution.