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Statistics About The Biggest Groupers

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"The maximum recorded weight of a Goliath Grouper is 800lbs."

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"The Goliath grouper is the largest grouper species in the Atlantic Ocean weighing up to 800 pounds."

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"Groupers, in general, can grow up to 12 feet long."

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"Grouper fish, on average, can live up to 30-50 years."

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"The Goliath grouper was listed as critically endangered in 1994."

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"The record-setting size of a hook and line-captured specimen Goliath grouper is 680 pounds."

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"The Giant grouper can produce up to 9 million eggs during a single breeding season."

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"Australia holds the record for the largest Grouper ever caught and approved as an IGFA world record, it weighted 366 pounds, 14 ounces."

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"The maximum reported age for the black grouper is 31 years."

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Statistic 10

"The largest recorded Black grouper caught was 124 pounds."

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"The longest reported Red grouper was recorded to be almost 4.2ft in length."

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"The maximum age recorded for Red Grouper fish is 50 years."

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"The maximum weight record for the Warsaw Grouper is 436.22 lb (198 kg)."

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"The Warsaw Grouper can reach a length of 7.2 ft (2.2 m)."

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"The world record for length and weight for all groupers is held by the Brindle Bass and it weighed 1,320 lb (600 kg)."

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"The Yellowfin grouper has the maximum reported age of 23 years."

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"The longest reported Yellowfin grouper was approximately 3.5 ft."

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"The Atlantic Goliath Grouper reached a length of 8.2 feet and weighed up to 800 pounds."

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"The most commonly caught groupers in the U.S. include gag, black, scamp, yellowmouth, and rock hind."

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