The Acanthurus Monroviae is a tropical fish which lives in the waters of the eastern Atlantic Ocean. The more common name to many of us is Dory which has come from the popular animated films Finding Nemo and Finding Dory. This little blue fish has been found in the sea surrounding the island of La Graciosa the island which is just off the coast of the northen tip of Lanzarote. It’s a rare sighting as the waters are generally cooler around the island. It was luckily discovered by a diver and runner up in under water photography in Spain called Tanuausu Motas. In a month he has managed to photo 95 different species. Its thought that that the fish could have arrived next to some floating object making it a refugee, making a long journey from the coasts of the neighboring continent of Africa.