They live on the seabed of rocky areas in shallow waters. Found along the northern, western and southern coasts of Great Britain.
They feed on small invertebrates including sea anemones. They have sharp comb-like teeth that they use to eat their prey.
The common blenny is a strange, shallow water fish which prefers rocky to mixed ground in water generally less than 20 metres deep. They live in holes and gaps in the rocks and will come out to feed especially when the sun has begun to set.
- Latin Name: Lipophrys pholis
- Conservation Status: Data Deficient
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