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Odd Man Out

This school of Bigeye Jackfish shoal tightly together above the coral reef during the day to present a big swirling mass. This confuses predators, each individual blending in with each other and holding an imposing size mass collectively. The green coral fish joining them finds protection and company by inserting itself into the school but in reality stands out like a sore thumb.

Jackfish or Bigeye Trevally – Carranx sexfasciatus

The Bigeye Trevally is a species of widespread large marine fish classified in the Jack family Carandigae. The Bigeye Trevally is distributed throughout the tropical waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The species is known to grown to a length of 120cm and 18kg. The Jackfish is commonly found in large slow moving schools during the day, becoming active at night when it feeds, taking a variety of fish, crabs and other invertebrates. It is rated as a fair good table fish. The species is also considered a good gamefish, taken by lure, bait and spear throughout its range

Nikon D300, Nikkor 105mm f2.8 Fisheye, f14 @ 1/200th second, ISO 200, Sea & Sea Housing and Two Sea & Sea, YS250 strobes on ¼ power. Taken on scuba @ 10m at Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia

Photograph by Andrew Woodburn