Also known as Blurter, Bruised-face Trevally, Crevally, Guelly Jack, Jackfish, Longsnout Trevally, Ranger, Silver Bream, Silver Fish, Silver Trevally, Skipjack Trevally. Skippy Thick-lipped Trevally, Striped Jack, Thick-lipped Jack, Toothed Crevally, Trevally, Underjaw Kingfish, White Kingfish, White Trevally.
Found singly or in schools, in coastal bays and estuaries, also close to the sea bed of the continental shelf, as well as in the water column close to reefs with rough bottoms, often mixed with other fish.
Juveniles found in bays, estuaries and shallow continental shelf waters.
They feed on benthic invertebrates and plankton.
Length - 122cm
Depth - 10-238m
Widespread Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean, Indo-Pacific
Jacks are fast swimming fish that can roam over great distances. The larger fish hunt other fish and the smaller fish eat zooplankton. In turn they are hunted by large Tuna and Dolphins. Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/1002