Blue bastard is a fish that is found in the Australian waters. Locals from North Australia christened the fish with this name as a result of the trouble undertaken to catch it and its hue. The fish, discovered mainly in tropical waters in northern Australia, grows up to 1 meter and keeps turning blue with age. Initially, this was thought to be just another sweetlips fish.
In addition to its exclusive physical structure and the name, the fish also comes with some uncommon practices. Opposing male fishes frequently lock lips when in conflict. This is assumed to be kissing by the local fishermen. Though it’s nothing like that, it may just be a way of responding in combat times. This blue bastard, just like its previous generations, is not eatable because it tastes horrible.
Researchers suspect that these are not the last species of this family. More are to be discovered as time passes.