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Upload date:November 28, 2012


Giant Grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus) is a reef-associated saltwater fish that dwells in shallow reefs, caves, wrecks and estuaries in tropical climates. It is the largest of all coral reef-dwelling bony fish and feeds on fish, sharks and crustaceans by hiding in reefs and ambushing its prey. The giant grouper can expand its mouth to create a strong suction, which allows it to engulf its unsuspecting food.
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