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Sand Seatrout

Coastal Habitats

Animals of the Gulf Waters 

Sand Seatrout

Sand Seatrout

Cynoscion arenarius

 

Sand seatrout are silvery with a pinkish color on the upper sides. Their large mouths are orange on the inside and have with one or two rounded teeth at the front of the upper jaw. Although common in deeper bays, channels and the shallow Gulf, sand seatrout live nowhere else.

Animals of the Gulf Waters

 

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