Fish are laid out to dry in a fisherman’s village right at the edge of the ocean in St. Louis, Senegal. Atlantic bumpers are a crucial food source in Africa.
Also known as Atlantic Carangid, Bumper, Goggle-eye, Little Bumper, Pacific Bumper, Plato, Rooter, Spanish Mackerel, Trevally, Yellowtail, Yellowtail Bumper.
Found singly, over soft bottoms, of the continental shelf, or in schools, near the surface of estuaries and coastal lagoons.
They feed on cephalopods, detritus, small fish, and zooplankton.
- RANDY OLSON
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- Global Fish Crisis: Still Waters_National Geographic magazine, 04/2007