TR1530-D. Horse-eye Jacks (Caranx latus) schooling over shallow coastal reef. This species usually found around offshore reefs. Can grow to nearly 3 feet long but usually much smaller. Feeds on fish, crustaceans and other invertebrates. Curious and will often swim near divers. Cayman Islands, Caribbean Sea.<br />
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TR1530-D. Horse-eye Jacks (Caranx latus) schooling over shallow coastal reef. This species usually found around offshore reefs. Can grow to nearly 3 feet long but usually much smaller. Feeds on fish, crustaceans and other invertebrates. Curious and will often swim near divers. Cayman Islands, Caribbean Sea.
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