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Golden Trevally SL278078

As adult fish, golden trevally are usually seen as solitary individuals. However, juveniles form larger schools which tend to congregate and follow ( or "pilot") larger fish such as groupers, sharks, and even jellyfish.
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As adult fish, golden trevally are usually seen as solitary individuals. However, juveniles form larger schools which tend to congregate and follow ( or "pilot") larger fish such as groupers, sharks, and even jellyfish.