Schooling BARRACUDA - ©fleance
- The world record weight is 85 lbs. captured at Christmas Island, Republic of Kiribati, 1992.
- Barracudas can be found in huge schools of several thousand.
- The nature, timing, and location of spawning in the Great Barracudas has never been documented.
- Great Barracudas do not care for their young.
- Barracudas mature around two years of age.
- Humans have not derived a way to tell a male Barracuda from a female.
- Noone knows for sure how old Barracudas can live to be, but research shows that they can live to be fourteen years of age.
- Barracudas have two completely separate dorsal fins.
- Barracudas are generally hunted for gaming purposes. They do not make good eating fish.
Fact Source: http://www.silber.com.br/barracuda/info/info2.htm
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