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Brown-marbled grouper on the lookout
The broad mouth of the brown-marbled grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus) is equipped with a multitude of small teeth including frontal canines which allow it a carnivorous diet based on fish, crustaceans and cephalopods. Active at night, and especially at dusk, it hunts its preys on the lookout in the clear waters of the outer reef slopes and lagoons. Its territorial lifestyle, its large size and its massive corpulence ensure it a life expectancy which can exceed 40 years.
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