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Old 08-09-2015, 06:21 PM   #1
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Which fish has sharp teeth , lives around reefs ,
Can reach up to 50 lbs and is a ferocious fighter ,
But tires out somewhat quickly ?

A) Jack

B) Shark

C) Snapper

D) Barracuda
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I'll say D. As a barracuda is more of a streamline predator an relies on speed much like a cheetah
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This fish can be found in 20 ft reefs but is more commonly found in 100's of feet , It has no bones and has a taste for chopped pin fish . Which fish is it ?

A) Swordfish

B) Squid

C) Eel

D) Octopus
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I'm going to say both b and d, because both are inverts and eat basically any meaty food they can catch


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I'm going with B. As squids migrate towards the surface in a sort of feeding pattern at night before going back the deep where their larger eyes make them great predators
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B is correct

Which of these fish likes to take your bait then wrap your line around rocks ?

A) Ladyfish

B) Catfish

C) Shark

D) Grouper
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Saltwater trivia

Hmm, never heard of lady fish but I'm gonna use deduction an go with A. As the rest can be very bulky an from my personal experience with catfish, (40 lbs flathead whoop whoop) they tend to dig more towards the bottom.
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D is correct

What fish is known as the silver king ?

A) Ladyfish

B) Tarpon

C) Barracuda

D) Swordfish
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