Figuratively standing its ground, the Imperator Angelfish (Pomacanthus Imperator) is a fiercely territorial creature that inhabits the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef throughout the Coral Sea, Red Sea, Maldives, and Hawaii. Its markings were used on the faces of Polynesian Island Chiefs as symbols of status and achievement. They also were the inspiration for the I’a logo. The dimorphus Imperator Angelfish changes coloration to distinguish between adults and juveniles. Once those adult colors start to show, there’s no returning to the nest. Time to get your own territory…and, yes, that includes millennials.