Flounders are flat fish found in oceans and estuaries on mainly sandy sea floors. They are known for their â€œeye migrationâ€. When they are young flounders have eyes at each side of their heads like most fish but as they become adults one of their eyes moves to the other side. This happens when it starts to change its habit of free swimming to a lazier life resting on the bottom.
What more amazing about these fish is how hard they are to find. Their camouflage is extremely effective, protecting them from predators and enabling them to be more affective hunters, for which they earn the title of â€œambush feedersâ€.