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Trevally is a species of fish that is found in the coastal waters of Australia. There are several species of Trevally, including the silver trevally, the bigeye trevally, and the giant trevally, among others. These fish are known for their strong fighting abilities, making them a popular catch among recreational fishers.

Silver Trevally (Pseudocaranx georgianus) is one of the most common species of Trevally found in Australian waters. It has a silvery-grey body with a slightly pointed head, and can grow up to 70cm in length. Silver Trevally is found in shallow waters around rocky reefs, seagrass beds, and sandy bottoms, and is commonly found along the southern and eastern coasts of Australia.

Bigeye Trevally (Caranx sexfasciatus) is another species of Trevally found in Australia. It has a more elongated body than the Silver Trevally, with a yellowish-brown coloration and a distinctive black spot on the upper part of its gill cover. Bigeye Trevally is found in deeper waters around coral reefs, and can grow up to 100cm in length.

Giant Trevally (Caranx ignobilis) is the largest species of Trevally found in Australia, and is known for its impressive size and strength. It can grow up to 170cm in length... ...Read More