Blink once for yes.
BELOW: ANTICLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT Puffer fish have everything sorted. Fuck with them and they'll inflate themselves to 10 xs life size and then what, fool? Exactly. As fugu, they can send you into comprehensive paralysis if you eat them after your chef has argued with his jump-off on the phone while gutting their slippery little carcasses, courtesy of tetrodotoxin. NEXT I think this is an orange roughy.
LEFT Trumpeter and Tarakihi. Local and delicious.
BELOW Some sort of shark and an Eagle Ray, one of the most beautiful cartilaginous fishes. I've seen them floating like opium dream denizens over the drop off at the edge of coral reefs, both in Phuket and Northern Australia. Their entire bodies are expressive, as though everything they perceive and feel radiates outward through their wings. If there are angels in my heaven, they will look like this.
RIGHT This is a sunfish (Mola mola). They grow to enormous size, eat jellyfish, don't possess a tail and spend a lot of time swimming on their sides, so that one eye regards the sky while the other gazes into the abyss. Which goes some of the way to explaining the expression. Does the abyss look back into the sunfish?
Everything about the sunfish is bizarre and incredible and a look at its Wiki page will make you question everything you thought you knew and possibly precipitate some sort of existential crisis.
If you feel reproach in this Marlin's gaze, you're probably right because even as you're reading this sentence there are a goodly number of sunburnt arseholes strapped into white vinyl chairs with their testicles bathed in coconut-scented tropical sweat while the boat they've hired at considerable expense reverses toward one of this mighty fish's compatriots, giving them the impression they're reeling it in like the highly-consequential alphas they so undoubtedly are.