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Chevron Barracuda Vortex - Huge school

Chevron Barracuda Vortex - Huge school - Stock Video

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Description

3 shots - different angles. Total 29 sec.

Massive school of Chevron Barracudas swimming in circles (social / defensive behaviour).

Chevron barracuda/blackfin barracuda
(Sphyraena qenie)
Bold and inquisitive fish with jutting jaws and razor sharp teeth, it has a reputation as a voracious and fierce hunter. They are found in Indian and Pacific oceans. Highly predatory fish, they feed on smaller, plankton-eating fish, such as snappers, bream and groupers. Barracudas often hunt in shoals, forcing their prey into shallow water.Barracudas are not considered endangered, though they are common food fish. Barracudas can sometimes be toxic to humans, carrying the toxin ciguatera.
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