Pelagic fish live in the pelagic zone of oceans. They are surface feeders and live in the upper water column, usually in large schools. Their food consists of plankton or small fish. These open-water-fish often have a camouflage color in order not to be too conspicuous for their enemies: a green/blue back and a silver/white belly. This makes it difficult for seabirds looking down into a green/blue water surface to distinguish them, and for other predator fish to see them when looking up against the bright light above.
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