Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Trachinotus-ovatus----Azores-Deep-Sea-Life-27MZIFF14JH.htmlConceptually similarJack - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP01DKXCompleted★★★★Almoco Jacks - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP0TAYCompleted★★★★Almoco Jacks - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP0FVOCompleted★★★★Almoco Jacks - Deep Sea Life in the AzoresGP0PC9Completed★★★★★★Almoco Jacks - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP0QVOCompleted★★★★★★Guelly Jack Fish - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP0131ACompleted★★★★Azorean Nudibranchs - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP05SZCompleted★★★★Jack fish - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP0DB3Completed★★★★Jack fish - Azores Deep Sea LifeGP01143Completed★★★★View AllGP0CTLTrachinotus ovatus - Azores Deep Sea LifeYoung and adults pompanos often swim in small groups in clear water along sandy coasts where they feed on small shrimps, crabs, mollusks and fish. Jack species lack bony plates along the lateral line. In spring they will aggregate on shallow waters to mate. They were not previously seen to be mating this early. Greenpeace is in the Azores with a team of scientists to survey and document deep sea life.Locations:Azores-PortugalDate:9 May, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Gavin NewmanMaximum size:1644px X 1143pxKeywords:Day-Fish-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Underwater shotsShoot:Defending Our Oceans Tour in the AzoresThe Esperanza is in the Azores with a team of scientists to survey and document deep sea life.