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Snubnose Pompano
Snubnose Pompano inhabit sandy shores and coral
reefs, and forage for invertebrates.
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Fun Facts

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Feeding
They crush their prey with well-developed pharyngeal jaws located in the back of their throat.
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Size
These large fishes can grow to lengths more than 1 metre.
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Did you know?
Juveniles often swim in small schools, while adults are mostly solitary.
Icon-DI-80x80-reproduction
Feeding
They crush their prey with well-developed pharyngeal jaws located in the back of their throat.
Icon-DI-80x80-appearance
Size
These large fishes can grow to lengths more than 1 metre.

About the Snubnose Pompano

    In the Wild
    Snubnose Pompano are fast swimmers and are usually caught as seafood.
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