Are You A Professional Fisherman In Australia? Find Life-size Portraits Of Fish Species.

If you are a fisherman looking for some life-sized portraits of Australian fish species, then here is the list of some amazing fish species found in Australia.

1. Leopard Coral Grouper:
The Leopard Coral Grouper is a species of marine ray-finned fish. It is mainly found in the western Pacific region. This Australian fish species is widely distributed from Southern Japan to Australia and from the eastern coast of Thailand and Malaysia to the Solomon Islands, the Caroline Islands, and Fiji.

2. Bidyanus Bidyanus:
This silver perch Australian fish species is a medium-sized freshwater fish that is found in the Murray-Darling river system in south-eastern Australia. This fish species is omnivorous, feeding on insect larvae, mollusks, annelid worms, and algae.

3. Striped Marlin:
This fish species is a species of marlin, found mainly in tropical to temperate regions in the Indo-Pacific Ocean. They made a record in-game fish with a weight of 190 kg and a length of 4.2 m. they are amazing predators.

4. Tailor:
This Australian fish species are found around the world, so it is known by different names in different locations. It is called tailor in Australia and New Zealand, elf and shad in South Africa. It is the only extant species of the family Pomatomidae.

5. Australasian Snapper:
The Australasian Snapper is a species of porgie found in the coastal waters of Australia, the Philippines, Indonesia, China, Taiwan, Japan, and New Zealand. Although it is called snapper, it doesn’t belong to the snapper family.

6. Common Yabby:
The Common Yabby is an Australian freshwater crustacean in the Parastacidae family. It is a vulnerable species of crayfish. Their color varies greatly and depends on the water clarity and habitat. They can reach up to a maximum length of 30 cm but are common of about 10-20 cm long.

7. Tiger Shark:
This Australian fish species is not just found in Australia, but also in other tropical and temperate waters, especially around central Pacific islands. These fish are named so because their body has dark stripes down the body, which resemble a tiger’s pattern.

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