The trevally is a representative of the order Perciformes, belong to the family Lavrinovich. The habitat of karanka is marine waters of the red sea and the coast of the Kingdom of Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Republic of the Philippines. A large concentration of large individuals of this species observed in the coastal zone of the Hawaiian Islands, members of the United States, and the coast of Africa.
The local people of Hawaii will appreciate this fish and consider it a symbol of courage and greatness because of her stubborn resistance in the water. Powerful movements from side to side and the wild spurts, this giant is fighting for his life, trying to hide in the depths of the abyss. Also, the diamond trevally has other names: king fish, turrum and karambizi.
For its weight this fish can reach 62 kilograms with a body length of 170 centimeters, for that trevally was nicknamed the giant trevally. His body with a massive head and slightly preplanetary sides gives it an even larger appearance.
Painting diamond karanka varies with age. Upon reaching sexual maturity the males of this fish are painted almost black, and the females silver. Also the change of color can affect the color and composition of the water in which they live.
The places of residence of karancs are depths from 10 to 100 meters, where there are reefs and Bay, which have chosen this sea dweller. Young individuals diamond karanka prefer to live in lagoons and bays in shallow water.
Karancsi who have not reached puberty, generally keep in small flocks, with the obtaining of necessary survival skills and hunting experience to promptly disintegrate. Usually karancsi large size prefer to stay alone, only occasionally going in a timely flocks to jointly hunt for small fish. During such hunting karancsi work together, helping each other, forcing prey into the trap, after which there is a fierce struggle of every man for himself, as the pen production, there are no rules allocating catch among hunters. Often feasting only large individuals and the young are left hungry.
However, despite its giant size, trevally is active and moving fish. Peak active living activities of karanka occurs in the morning, though in some areas hunting starts in the night.
The trevally is a migratory fish. In some cases, for the season largest specimens of karanka migrate to a distance of 30 km, and the young are able to migrate over large distances, reaching 70 km.
To the main menu diamond trevallies belong to small fish, but sometimes they do not disdain to taste the meat of the representatives of crustaceans and cephalopods. There were times that a flock of giant trevallies attack dolphins and large turtles, which in turn, confirms once again the fearless character of this amazing fish, the trevally.