Angelfish from the family Pomacanthidae are a group of marine fish that are known for their bright colors and distinctive fins and body shape. In the wild, they are found in tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans, where they inhabit coral reefs and rocky outcroppings. They are generally carnivorous, feeding on a variety of small invertebrates and plankton. They are also known to be relatively long-lived, with some species able to live up to 15-20 years in the wild. They are not only beautiful but also play an important role in the ecosystem of the coral reef. They are also a popular choice among scuba divers and snorkelers as they are relatively easy to spot and observe in their natural habitat.