Nature Rambles

Schools of Predatory Fish
by Ian Markham -- December 16th, 2015

Photo Caption: Large schools of predatory fish are not a common sight in today’s oceans but “Grand Central Station” as the dive site is called in Namena Marine Reserve has large schools of trevally as pictured here as well as groupers and barracuda thanks to years of protection. Fiji has an increasing number of success stories from its impressively large number of locally managed marine reserves

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