The triggerfish comprises more than 35 different species of brightly colored fish recognized by their spots and lines. They dwell in the tropical and subtropical oceans of the world, generally keeping to the coral reefs.
Despite their intriguing and unassuming appearance, the triggerfish are much more than meets the eye. They have strong teeth that can crush shells and they are also known for being ill-tempered. To protect against predators, the fish has a pair of dorsal fins. The first one is kept in place by a second one, and it’s only by depressing the second that the one first is “triggered”, earning the fish its intriguing name.
Certain species of triggerfish are highly territorial and aggressive. The titan and Picasso species, for example, are known for viciously defending nests and will even bite humans that get too close. In fact, these fish will duke it out with other fish within a school if necessary, and are known to live by a “survival of the fittest” code.
Because of their aggressive nature, triggerish are strong fighters on light tackle and on spinning rods. They will also put up a good fight on deep-sea fishing rods.
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