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Chanos chanos


Due to the large tidal movements of Darwin’s harbour, which can be up to eight metres, the fish can only visit shore for a few hours each day before returning back out to sea with the receding tide.

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LisaPowers 7 years ago

Not milkfish. These are a type of catfish (whiskered) mixed with Diamond Mullet (Liza vaigiensis).

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Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Spotted on Jul 7, 2013
Submitted on Nov 3, 2013

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