These wicked looking long thin fish hunt their prey in groups called batterys when they are young, though the large adults often travel alone. They are both fast predators and expert scavengers. As well as following sharks for scraps they can attack fish larger than themselves tearing whole chunks out of the prey before darting away. Thankfully they rarely attack humans, when humans are bitten its usually due to the fishes poor vision. They avoid poor visibility conditions and tend to stay in clear open tropical water.
A freshly caught fish flopping around. Wait a few moments while it calms down.
The fish is finally calm enough to safely approach. Quick, put it in a tank!
It looks a lot happier in the tank, and now it can be taken anywhere at anytime.
The fish has calmed down and gotten used to its new home. Its now happy enough to breed with others in thier breed group. Otherwise nothing has changed.
|Does it battle?||No|
|Requirement:||Has to be fished|