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The Giant Grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus) is the largest bony fish that lives in coral reefs. It owes this title to its maximum weight of 600 kilograms It is also known for being the marine emblem of Queensland (Australia).
Among its characteristics is a huge mouth, and a fan-shaped tail. Regarding colors, adults are grayish green (with small black spots on the fins), while the young are very striking and have irregular areas with black, white and yellow spots. It is a fish that inhabits caves and shipwrecks in the Indo-Pacific region.
The feeding of the giant grouper is based on a wide range of prey and includes smaller fish, crustaceans, cephalopods, as well as smaller turtles and sharks. It can be found at a depth of 100 meters, although it usually prefers shallower waters, always near the reef where it feeds.
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