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Bigeye trevally (Caranx sexfasciatus) schooling. This fish, also known as a horse-eye jack, inhabits reefs throughout the tropical Indo- Pacific region, from the Red Sea and east Africa to the west coast of the Americas. It congregates in large schools during the day, which disperse at night, when the fish hunt smaller fish and crustaceans. It is a fast swimming predator that can reach a length of up to 120 centimetres. It is valued as a food fish, and is also hunted as a sport fish, as it is a strong and powerful fighter.
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