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(1) Tripletails’s are mostly found along the Atlantic coast and the Gulf of Mexico. They tend to be solitary fishes normally found at depths 25 feet (ca. 8 m) deep.
(2)The tripletail derives its name comes from its large rounded anal fin and dorsal fin extend far back making the fish appear to have three tails.
(3) They have the ability to change colour to match their specific surroundings.
(4) They appear either spotted or mottled with colour patterns, in several shades of brown, and grey.
(5) The Atlantic tripletail fish has an unfamiliar and distinguishing appearance when compared with other fishes.
(6) Their body is horizontally flattened. Their eyes are small and situated on the head making the head appear small.
(7)They can grow to a length of more than 3ft (0.91 m) and a weight on the average 35 pounds (ca. 16 kg).
(8) The females tend to be larger than the males they can live for more than 10 years.
(9) They tend to imperceptible usually lie in wait while remaining stock-still to get the prey closer and then strike. Moreover feeding mostly on anchovies, shrimp, and squid.
(10) Tripletail females can spawn 14 to 25 times during a season producing 4.5 to 8 million eggs.
(11) They are also mostly preyed upon primary predators by sharks.
(12) They are well-thought-out as a popular sport fish in the angling community.