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Shoal of Bigeyes travelly (Caranx sexfasciatus) in Polynesian waters
Divers come from far away in order to observe the magnificent shoals of Bigeyes trevally. One can observe them by diving in almost every island of Polynesia: from Tahiti to Fakarava and Bora Bora. This species moves in compact shoals during the day and spread at night after the sunset in order to hunt. Shoals are so dense and thick that divers call them balls of Bigeyes trevally.
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