Angels are different because of the regions they are found in, they are built for their soundings. FW angels shape makes them harder for them to handle fast water conditions but marine are water dynamic and are designed to handle the stress of water movement.
That is not a coral beauty angel. I'm 99.9% sure that it's not a coral beauty angel. I'm almost sure that it's not even in the angel family. To me it looks like a damsel or a type of chromis the back fin seems to come to two points instead of one round fin which is common in the Angel family. I would need a better pic to tell.
Are you taking about the rear or the front fake eye. Like I said its not my fish and I can't see it in person. It could be a darker version of the top pic, or the bottom pic didn't develop the fake eye in the front. Each fish has his own trait.
Definitely not an angel. A sure-fire way to tell if it's an angel or not is to look at the operculum. All angels have a spine pointing backwards on their gill cover. It's definitely some type of damsel, but I'm not sure what type.
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