This is one of the most representatives examples of the voracity of the giant trevally. Known as GT, is the largest of the Caringidae/Jack family, reaching sizes 200 lb.
In the video, you can see how GT´s work. The giant trevally uses its superior swimming abilities and power to hunt and smash baitfish. If the GT doesn’t engulf the prey within the first strike, the prey is usually stunned or dead from the strike impact. They will usually devour the prey quickly with one bite as competition can be fierce from other specimens in the pack. That´s what they do here.