An island is the ideal place for a species that lives on the ocean and rarely, if ever, sees the land.
The small fish that live on the tiny island of Steller’s Reef are the world’s largest fish.
The species, known as the sea eagle, are also the smallest in the world.
In the wild, they can live up to six years in captivity.
Here, they are seen by a camera on the Steller Reef.