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Two-spot red snappers (Lutjanus bohar) spawning aggregation. This event occurs two to three days before the Full Moon. The fish amass in a group of many thousands, spawning in rushes on the high slack tide just after dawn. Two-spot red snappers can reach up to around 90 centimetres in length. They are widespread throughout the Indo-Pacific. Footage filmed in Palau in the western Pacific Ocean.
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