Barracuda Threat FLA_UW_026Add to Lightbox Download
The teeth of the Great Barracuda are those of a fast predator. If approached, they will hold their ground. They hang in the water and hunt by vision, darting after prey at 35 MPH. They are toxic to us. They reside in tropical and sub-tropical waters worldwide.
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- Fishes-Caribbean & Gulf_Osteichthyemy (under reconstruction, Pls search), Florida, Georgia