Bigeye Trevally

Mark Rosenstein

Cambridge, United States

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Bigeye Trevally, Caranx sexfasciatus
2 feet long each
Barracuda Point, Mary Island, Solomon Islands
514 views as of 1/29/2015

A school of several hundred trevally hang around this current swept point, always on the lookout for an unwary smaller reef fish for their next meal. If they find something, it’s got to be eaten in one gulp, otherwise it will be stolen by the tuna or mackerel in the area who are bigger and faster.

Shot with a Canon 7D camera and Sigma 17-70mm lens in an Aquatica housing with 8 inch dome and dual Ikelite DS125 strobes.

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