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Pink Snapper



Pink snapper are demersal, or bottom-dwelling fish, but also spend some of their lives in the mid- to upper water levels. They are usually found in depths down to 200 metres along the continental shelf and in large bays. Juveniles are common in sheltered bays, estuaries and inshore waters, which are important nursery areas for pink snapper.Thanks to the fishwrecked members for the images.

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