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Wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri), or Wahoo Large, is a representative of the mackerel family, whose main habitats are tropical seas.

The body of the wahoo has an elongated, spindle-shaped shape. Dark above, bluish-green, iridescent, silvery sides with a characteristic brindle color - numerous dark stripes tapering to the belly. The largest recorded parameters: length - 250 cm, weight - 83 kg.

An oceanic species, found more often singly, rarely in small flocks. It feeds on fish and squid. A case is known when an old fish called ciguaterra. A very common trophy in the Seychelles.


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