Yes, they are commonly found in coral reefs and rocky areas of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Unicorn fish are real, they are mainly found in groups while searching for and consuming food. They tend to eat marine algae. The appendage on their head similar to a horn begins growing when the fish reaches about 5 inches in length. When the fish fight with each other they do not use their horn-like appendage, they use sharp scalpels found on their tails.
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