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Giant trevally

Caranx ignobilis

Weight 5.000kg
Depth 3m
Caranx ignobilis

About this species

Robust silver body with rounded head profile. Body colour is usually silver fading down to a white underside, but can be almost black on top fading down to a light grey. Fins are darker than body, usually black in colour. Very thin tail section with sharp scutes. Some darker individuals have light silver lines running along the upper back. Small black spots are dispersed on the sides. Lacks a dark spot over the gills, as found in other trevally species. Read more…

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