Flying Fox Fish can be seen at the bottoms of fast-moving freshwater currents of Indonesia (The Greater Sunda Islands, specifically Borneo, Java, and Sumatra), Peninsular Malaysia/Thailand, and Singapore. Flying Fox Fish migrate seasonally to forested areas and bottomlands during the rainy season, however, this has been disturbed due to urbanisation and habitat destruction. In the last few decades, their populations have depleted significantly and their distribution means wild-caught specimens are unobtainable.
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