Here is the last word on the endangered, ugly-but-cuddly Napoleon wrasse. Yesterday we asked how long they grow. According to The Identification Guide to Fishes in the Live Seafood Trade of the Asia-Pacific Region, published by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department and the WWF, the maximum length is da da da daaah - 229cm. One reader (perhaps a fisheries officer) gave the exact length to win the WWF T-shirt. We also received many responses on the issue of rare wildlife ending up on the city's dinner tables. Walter Cheung of Hang Seng Bank said: 'As a firm supporter of preserving biodiversity and as a 'green bank', Hang Seng Bank stopped serving Napoleon wrasse, along with other endangered reef fish, shark's fin and black moss, several years ago.'