Shown here is an image of an angler fish.
It produces a bright light at the tip of a specialized organ. The angler fish stays in one place and wriggles this tip to attract the small fish, which mistake it for their food. Once the small fish come close enough, the anglerfish catches them.
In which of the following places is the angler fish likely to catch the MOST fish.
[blank_start]Butterflies[blank_end] have a special tube like structure called [blank_start]Proboscis[blank_end] to suck the [blank_start]nectar[blank_end] from flowers.
tube like structure
The [blank_start]pied kingfisher[blank_end] (Ceryle rudis) is a species of [blank_start]water kingfisher[blank_end] widely distributed across [blank_start]Africa and Asia[blank_end]. Originally described by Linnaeus in 1758, it has five recognised subspecies. Its black and white plumage and crest, as well as its habit of hovering over clear lakes and rivers before diving for fish, make it distinctive. Males have a double band across the breast, while females have a single gorget that is often broken in the middle. They are usually found [blank_start]in pairs or small family groups[blank_end]. When perched, they often bob their head and flick up their tail.