Baby Bullseyes seem to pop up all over Sydney. They are usually lurking in dark caves and under ledges and it's only when you shine your light in, that you see their tiny big eyes staring back at you.

At first, all you notice is their eyes, as they're a little difficult to miss. But then you notice something strange. They look like they've been half eaten - their bones on their back half are completely visible. This is true of a lot of baby fish, but it is even more obvious with baby Bullseyes. Maybe they think that if they already look half eaten, they won't get eaten.