1925: While snorkeling off of Elbow Cay in the Bahamas, world-renowned marine biologist Heinrich Melvin spotted a brightly colored fish darting to and fro among the coral spires, always too quick to get a good look. Luckily, as Melvin followed the small fish, it rounded a corner and, confronting what looked like a barracuda (it was simply a coral formation), the fish fainted. Studying the fish, Melvin was surprised at its unfortunate tail markings, a set of concentric rings that convince the poor fish that is constantly being pursued. The Cowardfish is cursed to a life of constantly running to
Melvin's cowardfish is just as he sounds. Hard to catch due to his fleeting confidence, you can show that you're determined to reel him in with this Romper Bodysuit.