This unusual species of fish has domesticated shrimp. He lives in coral reefs
We domesticated dogs, sheep, chickens, and even such elusive creatures as bees and parrots, while also forcing wild vegetation such as wheat and corn to grow where we feel comfortable. So we are undoubtedly specialists in domestication, but it looks like we may have competition because we just came across a fish that does the same with shrimp to work on its \"farm\". This is a species of Stegastes diencaeus that spends most of its days exploring the coral reefs of Central America's Belize coast and feeding on its own algae farms. The fish are very proud of them and chase away all creatures that come too close, except the Mysidium integrum shrimp, which are tasked with fertilizing the crop.