goliath grouper


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go·li·ath grouper

 (gə-lī′əth)
n.
A large grouper (Epinephelus itajara) of tropical and subtropical Atlantic and eastern Pacific waters, having a greenish-brown body with dark spots and bars. Also called jewfish.
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