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Giant trevally being caught inside the reef

Tuesday 22 October 2019 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Local

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Giant trevally being caught inside the reef
The Cleave brothers Darren (left), Jeff and Martin, with a 60kg Giant Trevally caught near the shore at Avana harbour. 19102111.

They call them the piranha of the Pacific. Except, Cook Islands’ predator giant trevally are 20 times bigger than any piranha.

They call them the piranha of the Pacific. Except, Cook Islands’ predator giant trevally are 20 times bigger than any piranha.


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