Giant Trevally

Common Name:
Giant Trevally
Chordata (Chordates)
Caranx ignobilis
Average Size:
80 centimetres - 1.6 metres

Giant Trevally are large predatory fish that hunt in groups. They are the largest species of the Caranx genus. They are also referred to as Jacks or Jackfish by many. They normally live in tropical and sub-tropical regions of the Indo-Pcific region, including the Red Sea.

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