Tag: Big-Eye Trevally

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Big-Eye Trevallies (Caranx Sexfasciatus) at Sail Rock

A small group of Big-Eye Trevallies (Caranx sexfasciatus) break away from the huge main group at

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Brad Sampson completes his PADI Open Water with ease...

Congratulations to Brad Sampson from Kelowna, Canada on successfully completing his PADI Open Water Diver course on 26th April 2011.

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Big-Eye Trevallies (Caranx Sexfasciatus) & Big-Eye Snapper (Lutjanus Lutjanus)

A short journey over to the East Pinnacle at Sail Rock is well worth the effor

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Big-Eye Trevallies (Caranx Sexfasciatus)

During the daytime, huge schools of similarly sized Big-Eye Trevallies (Caranx Sexfasciatus) can often be found encircling the deeper offshore pinnacles such as Sail Rock.

Closer to the main pinnacle, there tends to be smaller groups of sub-adults such as the group in this photo.

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Jan Vidar Hansen completing PADI Open Water at Sail Rock, Koh Phangan

Jan Vidar Hansen from Norway admiring the massive school of Big-Eye Trevallies (Caranx Sexfasciatus) around the East Pinnacle at Sail Rock, Koh Phangan completing his PADI Open Water Diver course with his instructor, Woody Kennedy.