The numerous fish in this album all share the common name “Trevally”.
A distinctively shaped and reasonably large Trevally, also known as an Indian Threadfish.
This hunter is not afraid of divers. I've had one swim next to me, using my body as cover to get closer to its prey!
This trevally is easiy confused with its yellow spotted relation.
Not so common, and even more rarely photographed.
Our most numerous trevally; often hanging out in massive schools at Sail Rock with them whale sharks...
Wrongly named by us before as the Banded Trevally; Carangoides ferdau.
A serious schooling fish, often gathering in tight groups of thousands.
2 Fringe-finned and a Giant Trevally photo.
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